Max is a music icon. At close to seven feet tall, he's a big rock star in more ways than one. When he goes missing at the end of an exhaustive tour, it is presumed the 19 year old has committed suicide. Only one person knows the truth: she's his biggest fan, and she's not telling.
The music business has been a frustration machine since Elvis started gyrating his hips and Jagger got licking his lips; stirring the emotions of fans into a frenzy, creating icons for the young to live and die by. Max is one such icon. At closer to seven feet than six, Max is a big rock star in more ways than one. When he goes missing at the end of an exhaustive forty-date tour, it is presumed the nineteen-year-old has committed suicide. Only one person knows the truth: she's his biggest fan, and she's not telling.
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About P. P. Hartnett
P-P Hartnett was born in West London of Irish parents. He is the author of two pervious novels published by Pulp Books and has edited two collections of short fiction. Home is a little terraced house in Colne, Lancashire.
Rock n Roll Suicide by P. P. Hartnett
P. P. Hartnett
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