Highly praised story Brown Brick now on audio

Why does the mysterious Mr. Washington slowly demolish a house?
“A surreal blend of black humour, metaphor and gritty but exquisitely executed urban squalor, which for all its ingenuity never loses the soul of its story.” (The Sunday Business Post.)
‘The slow demolition of a house by the mysterious Mr Washington in James Lawless’s Brown Brick becomes a fitting metaphor for the destructive drug addiction of its central characters.’ Anne Fogarty, professor of James Joyce Studies at UCD in the Irish Times.
Beautifully narrated by Heber Rowan On Audible at https://adbl.co/2Y66IKj
Overall 5 out of 5 stars. Performance 5 out of 5 stars. Story 5 out of 5 stars.
“Blackly Humorous and Skilfully Narrated. This brief story gives an insight into the life of the Dublin underclass and the mindset of a man approaching the end of his life. Amidst the somewhat grey environment, it has some very good black humour and moments of real humanity. It is also well narrated, with a good pace and some excellent voice acting.” M. McHugh Audible Review 31-05-20
Also Available in Kindle at https://amzn.to/2MUfuFy (UK) or https://amzn.to/2MVwJpR (US) and other devices at (Smashwords) https://bit.ly/2Wki36W
Translated into Italian at https://bit.ly/2zC7ANf

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Author: James Lawless

Irish novelist, poet and short story writer.

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