*** Don’t Point that Thing at Me by Kyril Bonfiglioli


Don’t Point that Thing at Me features the hilarious adventures of Charlie Mortdecai, art dealer and crook, as he transport a stolen Goya from London to the US in what must be the ultimate road trip aboard a Rolls Royce and carrying an ill-obtained diplomatic passport. His loyal servant, Jock, is reminiscent of PG Woodehouse’s Jeeves in his permanent readiness — but in a louche incarnation, and serving a very together master. It’s a madcap comedy that keeps twisting to the end. Read it!

 

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