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The Dance Of The Voodoo Handbag
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  • Published: 1 March 1999
  • ISBN: 9780552145800
  • Imprint: Corgi
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $24.99

The Dance Of The Voodoo Handbag

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Another hilarious tall tale from the master of the genre.

Surfing the Web? If Billy had looked a
Anyone can do that! Why not little more carefully at
Try something really radical? the small ad, he might
Access the departed by body-boarding the never have sold his
Necronet. grandma's soul to science.
But he didn't, so he did.
Never has it been more
Easy. All you have to do is The cheque from NECROSOFT
Enter the Soul bounced and all Billy got
Database by taking a left-hand turn off the Information left in the old girl's will
Super-Highway and was the handbag. The
Voodoo Handbag. The talking
You're there. In the Land Voodoo Handbag. The tales
Of the Virtual Dead. Send for details today. it told Billy would change
U know it makes sense. his life forever - and the
lives of other people too.
Those few who still had lives.

In what must surely rank as his most extraordinary work to date, the Teller of Tall Tales has combined his extensive knowledge of the occult with his unique brand of savage humour to produce a Techno-Gothic masterpiece guaranteed to send shivers down the spines of PC users everywhere.

  • Pub date: 1 March 1999
  • ISBN: 9780552145800
  • Imprint: Corgi
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • RRP: $24.99

About the Author

Robert Rankin

Robert Rankin is an unrepentant Luddite who writes his bestselling novels by hand in exercise books. He is the author of 23 novels all published by Corgi, including the Armageddon quartet (three books) and the Brentford trilogy (five books).

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Praise for The Dance Of The Voodoo Handbag

“'This is Rankin at his comic best. He does for England what Spike Milligan does for Ireland. There can be no higher praise'”

John Clute, Mail on Sunday

“'We read Rankin for his exuberant salmagundi of old jokes, myths urban and otherwise, catchphrases, liberatingly crazy ideas, running gags, recurring characters and locations, unreliable, autobiogrpahical anecdotes...he becomes funnier the more you read him'”

Mat Coward, Independent

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