If you enjoyed Angela’s Ashes, The Commitments, or the Inspector George Gently series, Small Fish Big Fish is for you!
The year is 1965. The Rolling Stones’ Satisfaction is number one worldwide, Thunderball is setting a new box-office record for James Bond movies, and the mini-skirt has made its first appearance in London.
Seventeen-year-old Stephen lives in a rough neighborhood in Scotland. Assailed by surging hormones, protective parents and imminent college exams, he questions whether there’s a God and thinks some people are just plain evil.
People like Archie Stewart, for instance.
Stewart has a score to settle with Stephen. The inevitable confrontation sparks a chain of events that propels Stephen down a path of criminality and deceit—and places his girlfriend, best pal and family in danger.
Filled with real characters and vivid descriptions, Small Fish Big Fish is a sizzling coming of age story that echoes the heartache, uncertainty, and hopes of youth. Hope, loyalty, and courage are tested to the limit in this gripping psychological coming of age/murder mystery.
What Readers Say
“Every young person wants to know they're not alone. We are all Stephen at some stage in our lives, lost, confused, trying to fit in, struggling to come to grips with our lives and who we are. This book does this flawlessly.”
“This really is a wonderful story that all young people can relate to. It takes an age-old battle and puts it splendidly into words that many will appreciate. I could not believe the climax.”
“Your book reminds me of Frank McCourt's biography of his life growing up in Ireland.”
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