The audiobook version of A is for Angelica is complete, unabridged and read by British actor, Tim Bruce. You can borrow it from libraries across the UK or buy the download from Audible UK or Audible US.
A special edition of A is for Angelica was published by Legend Press on 20 April 2015. The book is part of a special anniversary collection of ‘iconic debut novels’ launched to celebrate 10 years of Legend titles.
The new edition features the same fantastic cover designed by brilliant Sheffield artist, Jonathan Wilkinson, with a unique die cut wraparound. You can order it now from all good bookshops and Amazon.
A is for Angelica is my debut novel, published by Legend Press and available in paperback in the UK. The ebook is available on Amazon in the UK and US, and on Apple’s iBooks store.
An audiobook version of A is for Angelica published by Oakhill is available in UK libraries. You can also buy it as a digital download on Audible in the UK and US.
In 2014, A is for Angelica won a Coventry Inspiration Book Award in the Word of Mouth category.
Watch the video trailer in the player below to find out what the book is all about, or order now from any of the following places.
If you can pop to your local bookshop and buy or order A is for Angelica, that would be great. If not, try these:
- Buy from Waterstones (paperback)
- Buy from Amazon UK (Kindle)
- Buy from Amazon US (Kindle)
- Buy from the iBookstore
- Buy from Audible UK (audiobook)
- Buy from Audible US (audiobook)
Gordon Kingdom struggles with the fate of his seriously-ill wife while patiently observing and methodically recording the lives of those around him: his neighbours.
“My life is different now. I don’t go to work. I don’t have an office. I stay at home, hide behind curtains and make notes. I wait for something to happen.”
He has files on them all, including:
- Don Donald (best friend and petty thief)
- Annie Carnaffan (lives next door, throws footballs over the fence)
- Benny (the boy who paints with his eyes closed).
And then Angelica, the new girl (42) on the street, with her multicoloured toenails and her filthy temper. It’s when she arrives that Gordon’s world of half-truths really begins to unravel.
Faced with a series of unexpected events and a faltering conscience, he’s left with an impossible decision. Because in the banality of everyday life, what would you do if the unthinkable happened?