4/30 77p “Being Light” by Helen Smith
Today’s feature: 77p (women’s fiction) “Being Light” by Helen Smith
When Roy Travers doesn’t come home his wife begins to suspect he has been abducted by aliens, and she enlists the help of a private detective to find him. But Roy was not taken by aliens. The truth is far stranger.
Imagine a satire on Cool Britannia made by the Coen Brothers… very funny. –Times Literary Supplement
The ordinary and the unusual are constantly juxtaposed in various idiosyncratic characters… Its airy quirkiness is a delight. –The Times
A screwball comedy that really works. –The Independent