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Washed Up

Washed Up Brent Ned Andrew and Mickey become fast friends in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous When Brent seduces Ned s wife and Ned retaliates by tricking him into a relapse the bond connecting them is ir

  • Title: Washed Up
  • Author: Alistair McHarg
  • ISBN: 9781453667637
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brent, Ned, Andrew, and Mickey become fast friends in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous When Brent seduces Ned s wife, and Ned retaliates by tricking him into a relapse, the bond connecting them is irrevocably torn This single, spiteful act triggers a long succession of transformative events altering the lives of everyone involved Andrew and Mickey, intent on unravelingBrent, Ned, Andrew, and Mickey become fast friends in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous When Brent seduces Ned s wife, and Ned retaliates by tricking him into a relapse, the bond connecting them is irrevocably torn This single, spiteful act triggers a long succession of transformative events altering the lives of everyone involved Andrew and Mickey, intent on unraveling this ingenious deception, must navigate a bizarre labyrinth to rescue their lost, languishing friend before he drinks himself to death In the process, they encounter Cat, peripatetic country girl Spook, a blind private eye with an unnerving ability to read human character Antoine Peabody, maitre d of mama s boys, and Mark Anthony, owner and impresario of Caligula s Crib, home of designer decadence For Brent and his cronies, recovery is a magical mix of grit, work, and inspiration.

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    1. *Doesn't Miss A Beat* - There was no question I was going to buy and read "Washed Up," by Alistair McHarg, after having read and loved "Invisible Driving" by the same author. Swept away by his memoir of Bipolar Disorder, I was equally disarmed by "Washed Up." His memoir reads likes fiction, and "Washed Up" is his second work of fiction but it reads with the reality of nonfiction. In recovery himself, McHarg follows the adage to the "T" of "Write what you know!"The Master of metaphor (and simile) [...]

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