A debt-ridden lawyer’s dreams of pop stardom force him to make a Faustian bargain with his crime boss uncle; submerged in fraud and murder,
he must fight to get out—or take over as boss. 


From the novel Jukebox Explanation: Chapter Six

This chapter shows the great the greedy and the godless at play in London. Nick Stringer a promising young solicitor dreams of rock stardom and is lured into a Faustian bargain by his uncle Mel. This is where he falls into another trap by meeting an eager beaver cub reporter who is looking to make her bones by taking Mel down.


Chapter Six: I Like to Boogie

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One Response to Jukebox

    1. Wow! Great use of language! Prose poetics cool that moves like hyperkinetic Jazz. Loved it!

      Comment by Derek F. on 12 November, 2015 at 10:12 pm

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