Dirt Clean

  • Dirt Clean

978-1-9993696-3-7

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PRE-ORDER ONLYThis order will be shipped a few days before the official launch date in November (TBA), hopefully arriving, on or around the official publishing date. 

There’s no dirtier business than the cleaning industry. Jennifer and Coral have a lot in common. They’re both cleaners in a London accountant’s office, they share the same English mum, and they have a long-standing quarrel: is Coral to blame for the departure of Jennifer’s Nigerian dad when they were little? It’s now 2010 and when Jennifer is persuaded to help trade unionist and Ghanaian exile Kosi dish the dirt on UK-Ghana corruption, Coral starts an obsessive affair with him. Jennifer reacts badly. Rather more radical difficulties threaten the other cleaners, immigration removal for one. The cleaning pays everyone wages no-one can live on. Will Jennifer, Coral and Kosi clean up their acts?

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“It has been a pleasure reading this engaging portrait of London’s precariat. Dirt Clean is not only a hugely insightful novel that speaks to the many questions of our contemporary social faultlines but also a uniquely inventive and witty account of two sisters’ extended quarrel. I enjoyed it very much.” – BRIAN CHIKWAVA, AUTHOR OF HARARE NORTH

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  • Jane East -

    Your BUY NOW button doesn’t seem to work.

    • Sophie Lloyd-Owen -

      Very sorry to hear you are having problems with our Buy Now button Jane, I will look into this. If you would like to contact me directly to discuss this issue, feel free to at sophie.victorinapress@gmail.com

  • Antonella Mezzera -

    The buy now doesn’t work!

    • Sophie Lloyd-Owen -

      Hello Antonella Mezzera, I’m very sorry to hear that the buy button is not working. I’ve been on myself and go through the buying process, and it currently seems fine but I will keep an eye on this. Please try again, if you are still struggling please let me know and I will continue to chase this issue. Kind regards, Sophie

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