By Sue Townsend
An unintended megastar, with a spreading bald patch, despairing of present kin values, Mole continues to be being concerned: Is Viagra dishonest? Why won't BBC1 produce "The White Van", his serial killer comedy? Will the Millennium Wheel ever flip? Will Pandora Braithwaite MP turn into Blair's favorite babe? Will Pauline Mole throw warning to the winds with a pre-millennuim fling? Will George Mole regain his erectile functionality? and may Adrian himself locate the fulfilment he seeks as superstar offal chef, unmarried dad or mum, and celibate novelist?
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When he’d been drunk enough long enough, and there was no further purpose to be served by staying drunk any longer, he came back to the house and took a hot bath and had a shave. That was the day he walled in the back porch of the house and started painting another sign. ” Calla demanded, hands on hips, the way a woman stands when She Expects an Answer. “I’m cultivating an interest,” John Moses said. “From now on, you’ve got a business, and I’ve got a business, and we don’t either one stick our noses in the other one’s business.
That he was going to get in the car and come back. He should be there, with her and the kids and Calla. Willadee wouldn’t hear of it. He needed to be right where he was. There were enough menfolk around to handle things, and if he came up, he’d just have to turn around and go back, and it was all too much driving, too dangerous, and she couldn’t stand it if anything happened to him, too. ” Samuel asked angrily, but she pretended not to hear. After she hung up the phone, Willadee didn’t know what to do.
Flat. ” “I don’t mean in the war. ” Toy had started whittling again, and now he raised his eyes to hers. Swan thought suddenly that she had never seen eyes so piercingly green. Toy’s shaggy, rust-colored brows were rearing up a little. She had touched a raw nerve, and wished she had not. But she knew the answer to her question all right. “You watch how you talk about your aunt Bernice,” Toy said. His voice sounded tight, like his throat was parched. ” “I didn’t mean anything,” Swan said. Toy didn’t answer.
Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years (Adrian Mole, Book 5) by Sue Townsend