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Author Nicholas A. Price : Short Biography
Nicholas Price left the world of international high-finance to pursue his passion in life as a visual artist. His artworks are extensive and feature across the world in both private and public domains.
He is an author that has published a variety of genres that include: crime fiction, comedy, children's and poetry books. His writing style offers a variety of topics that entertain a large audience.
"I enjoy writing about the things I am acquainted with and have experienced first-hand. That knowledge spans nearly 40 years and those friends and colorful characters I have discovered in both in my personal, creative and professional life have loosely crossed into the fictional path of my writings. They grow and evolve into the characters I hope my readers will also come to love or despise in much the same way as I do."
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Adventures in Trichology
FOR FANS OF HUMOR & COMEDY ADD THIS TO YOUR BOOKLIST!
This laugh-out-loud chronicle charts the life of Norman Baker, the quaint proprietor of a British hairdressing salon. Norman has a deliciously wicked and sarcastic side to him and is not quite the quintessential hairdressing type (must be gay with the right hand whilst carrying a pair of shears with the left!) His ability to flit creatively from one crazy relationship to another with his various female intrigues is fascinating, as he struggles to find the meaning of life through women's hair, whilst dealing with the insane shenanigans of his relationships, his clients and his friends.
Norman's "close crops" and "up-do's" will have his readers helpless with laughter in this provocative, erotic and hysterical book - readers can't help but say "Oh Norman, you lucky bastard."