by Andy Soutter
Witty and incisive novel dïbut of one man’s search for love and money, taking in an intriguing collection of psychopaths, hustlers and philosophers.
Theo Riddle leaves home and hits the road, looking for love and money. Sheltering in a derelict boathouse on a Devon estuary, he first encounters a strange, passionate woman and then an art dealer heading for the Mediterranean in a stolen yacht.
A dangerous adventure; an intriguing collection of psychopaths, hustlers and philosophers. But who is in control? Theo or his new-found accomplice – the cosmic gypsy who claims to have his best interests at heart but who appears to have a sinister agenda of her own?
Deft and satirical, DN Angels dances with chaos and juggles with greed, lust and dreams of immortality.
ANDY SOUTTER was born and raised in London, where he currently lives. He has been a performance artist and musician, has contributed essays and stories to a diverse range of periodicals and anthologies, and is the author of two books of cultural commentary: The Drive-Thru Museum (1993) and Australiaville (1996). DNAngels is Andy Soutter’s first novel.