For ex-Orangeman Billy, history is a nightmare from which he’s trying to get a good night’s sleep. Haunted by ‘all the bloody faces of Catholic lads I done over and worse’, he’s an exile in Thailand, regularly numbing himself with cheap sex, beer, and the occasional fight. He claims he’s never seen the sunrise sober in his life. Things are about to change.
Adam Rivett reviews 'A Tiger in Eden' by Chris Flynn
A Tiger In Eden
by Chris Flynn
Text Publishing, $22.95 pb, 224 pp, 9781921922039
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