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Frankie Styne and the silver man by Kathy Page

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Neighbors,
  • Single mothers,
  • Disfigured persons,
  • Revenge,
  • Fiction

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About the Edition

A revenge thriller about celebrity culture and the power of beauty in an ugly world, by the author of Alphabet.

Edition Notes

Originally published: London : Meuthen, ©1992.

Other titlesFrankie Styne
StatementKathy Page
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6066.A325 F726 2015
The Physical Object
Pagination251 pages
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27201666M
ISBN 101771960388
ISBN 109781771960380
OCLC/WorldCa910393878

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Frankie Styne & the Silver Man - Kindle edition by Page, Kathy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Frankie Styne & the Silver Man. Get this from a library! Frankie Styne and the silver man. [Kathy Page; John Metcalf] -- A revenge thriller about celebrity culture and the power of beauty in an ugly world, by the author of Alphabet. Frankie Styne and the Silver Man seems unknowable at first, until it builds to a thankfully redemptive climax.”—National Post “This book has the trappings of great pulp Page’s prose is vivid and alive, with nary a scrap of throwaway writing to be found.”—Publishers Weekly. When one of Frank Styne's novels is nominated for a literary award, he knows his anonymity is about to be shattered. As he sees the world encroaching, he begins to plot a three-pronged plan, a real-life horror story worthy of his own novels; a plan of destruction and despair.

"An amazing and unique read from beginning to end, Frankie Styne & the Silver Man is a deftly crafted work of truly memorable literary fiction that is especially recommended for community and academic library Contemporary Fiction collections."—Midwest Book Review "Page's imaginative powers are electric. "An amazing and unique read from beginning to end, Frankie Styne & the Silver Man is a deftly crafted work of truly memorable literary fiction that is especially recommended for community and academic library Contemporary Fiction collections."—Midwest Book Review "Page's imaginative powers are : Kathy Page. "Frankie Styne & the Silver Man" is a novel of literary revenge and celebrity culture and the power of beauty in an ugly world. Critique: An amazing and unique read from beginning to end, "Frankie Styne & the Silver Man" by Kathy Page is a deftly crafted work of truly memorable literary fiction that is especially recommended for community and. FRANKIE STYNE AND THE SILVER MAN. by Kathy Page. BUY NOW FROM She adores her baby in spite of this hardship and calls him the Silverboy who will one day become a silver man —the silver lining her beloved Grammy talked about. This is a pained and damaged clutch of people living within hearing distance, drawn into each other’s lives.

"An amazing and unique read from beginning to end, Frankie Styne & the Silver Man is a deftly crafted work of truly memorable literary fiction that is especially recommended for community and academic library Contemporary Fiction collections."—Midwest Book Review “Page’s imaginative powers are electric.4/5(1). In this early novel from Page (Alphabet), first published in the U.K. in , Frankie Styne—a pseudonym taken from the mangled version of Frankenstein that children taunted him with. I began work on Frankie Styne and the Silver Man in Norwich, in , and it was inspired by both my interest in monsters and my living situation at the time: a terraced house, as it is called in England (row housing), with very thin walls. Most of these houses were built in the late nineteenth century as housing for railway workers and other working class people. Read "Frankie Styne & the Silver Man" by Kathy Page available from Rakuten Kobo. When Liz Meredith and her new baby move into the middle row-house on Onley Street-Liza having lived for years off-grid i Brand: Biblioasis.