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By Narvel S Annable.

Scruffy Chicken is the author’s  second gay semi-autobiographical novel, and captures life in the mid 1960’s, not only here in the UK but in the USA. Set in both Detroit and Derbyshire the book chronicles the very ‘misspent’ youth of a young gay man as he stumbles toward adulthood. The journey, which is essentially what it is, features some rather strange people in extremely bizarre situations. Annable manages to interweave an ingenious mystery as part of the plot, the disappearance of ‘Becksitch Betty’ a rather nasty drag queen-cum washed-up stage act. Not surprisingly, most of the bizarre characters come under some form of suspicion!

304 pages, paperback
 

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Author Narvel S Annable
Publishers Narvel S Annable
Year of Publication 2006

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SCRUFFY CHICKEN
A Mystery Set in Derbyshire 1965
Narvel S. Annable

Scruffy Chicken is the author’s  second gay semi-autobiographical novel, and captures life in the mid 1960’s, not only here in the UK but in the USA. Set in both Detroit and Derbyshire the book chronicles the very ‘misspent’ youth of a young gay man as he stumbles toward adulthood. The journey, which is essentially what it is, features some rather strange people in extremely bizarre situations. Annable manages to interweave an ingenious mystery as part of the plot, the disappearance of ‘Becksitch Betty’ a rather nasty drag queen-cum washed-up stage act. Not surprisingly, most of the bizarre characters come under some form of suspicion!

304 pages, paperback
 

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SCRUFFY CHICKEN

By Narvel S Annable.

Scruffy Chicken is the author’s  second gay semi-autobiographical novel, and captures life in the mid 1960’s, not only here in the UK but in the USA. Set in both Detroit and Derbyshire the book chronicles the very ‘misspent’ youth of a young gay man as he stumbles toward adulthood. The journey, which is essentially what it is, features some rather strange people in extremely bizarre situations. Annable manages to interweave an ingenious mystery as part of the plot, the disappearance of ‘Becksitch Betty’ a rather nasty drag queen-cum washed-up stage act. Not surprisingly, most of the bizarre characters come under some form of suspicion!

304 pages, paperback