A Compendium of Kisses
'an intellectual and indulgent treat; every dip will prompt a smile, a shock or perhaps even a thrill.'.. this is a wonderful and comprehensive book on all things osculatory.’ The Economist
Containing a host of kiss curiosities, facts and figures, A Compendium of Kisses aims to satiate even the most learned of kiss connoisseurs. Subjects include the anatomy of a kiss, the nature of kissing, cultural kiss differences, historical kisses from antiquity on, famous kisses, infamous kisses, kisses in literature, film, poetry, songs about kisses, etc,
A must-read for the all diehard romantics and cynics alike. This is the perfect romantic gift book, a calorie-free substitute to a box of chocolates, a longer lasting alternative to a bouquet of flowers and the perfect ‘garter’ stocking filler.
Sucker presents the female perspective on the battle of the sexes, taking the reader on a warped ride through London in the 1990’s and the lives of four very different characters playing the dating game and struggling to understand the meaning of love.
'Sucker is remarkable for the emergence of a brave new prose stylist. Citron's use of language is brutal, impassioned and sparse. Her ruthless, dissection of banalities and clichés and ear for poetic scansion are deployed to create long passages of cleverly sustained free-association which also serve to further the story of her anonymous girl in the crowd. Her boldness makes for an invigorating read.' The Independent on Sunday
Web of Lise
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Running across America from one crazy carry-on to the next, true happiness finally comes in sight for Dubliner Murrey Pogue when meets the sophisticated Manfredi in Chicago. But this is no ordinary boy-meets-girl-and-.lives-happily-ever-after love story, haunted by childhood memories, Murrey will never be able to stop running until she faces up to the pain of her past.
'This is a cracking love story. A superb read for romantics if you like your books offbeat' Glamour March 2001
Transit is a road novel of the heart (albeit one in need of a bypass). Trying to cross London for a St Valentine's Day vengeance, Ed with his trusty Angel pass through the city's strange emotional twilight, full of bizarrely recognizable characters, twisted scenarios and illustrated with Ed's own photographs of the journey.
‘Transit is a sordid little tale about soiled and damaged people that takes place over the course of one night. Citron tells it with snappy well-honed prose ...and the hardboiled cynical bite of Spillane.' Independent on Sunday
The Honey Trap
Ever felt like the World was giving you the finger?
Meet Issy Brodsky, 36.26.36 (in her dreams) - agent provocateur, lone parent of Max and a woman on a mission... Issy works at the Honey Trap, a firm specializing in testing men's fidelity. The Honeys get to play any flirting game they want, just as long as they abide by one rule - never, ever sleep with a client’s husband…. (Opps!)
‘Sassy and smart… Issy Brodsky would give Bridget Jones a kick up the arse if she met her.’ Time Out
The Brodsky Touch
The Brodsky Touch - Opposite of Midas - where everything one touches turns to shit.
Issy Brodsky is back with a vengeance - albeit not even her own.
Agent provocateur and lone parent of Max, Issy Brodsky is a woman on a mission... this time to make it as stand up comic… Superstardom beckons but it’s a rocky road to success and there’s much to contend with; the ties of motherhood, day job, undermining boyfriend, a nemesis, (the younger, prettier stand-up), not to mention the odd psycho...
‘A frenetic and intelligent farce that captures the warped mindset of the frazzled mother. Funny and Vivacious.’ Independent