David Cook - Fiction - 1985 - 205 pages
Walter, a young, mentally handicapped man, learns to cope with his father's indifference, and his co-workers' ridicule and develop a sense of personal dignity
David Cook - Fiction - 1988 - 222 pages
Om incest. En socialarbejder i London leder sammen med politiet efter en af sine klienter, faderen til et myrdet barn, som hun har anmeldt for seksuel udnyttelse af et af hans ...
Carole Morin - Fiction - 1998 - 189 pages
Obsessed with death and hygiene, a misanthropic but charismatic young girl grows to idolize Adolf Hitler and falls in love with a latter-day Jack the Ripper in a blackly ...
Robert Irwin - Fiction - 1986 - 119 pages
Obsessed with cleanliness, Marcia, a south London housewife, lives in a fantasy world visited by scientists and artists of the past
Jacques Roubaud - Fiction - 1987 - 207 pages
Investigating incidents of vandalism, Chief Inspector Blognard believes that the theft of her shoes may implicate Hortense