Hoppers head doorman
Royston Blake is once again up to his eyeballs in trouble of the worst kind.
Since his face-off with the Munton brothers, Blake has been enjoying life as a
“pillar” of the Mangel community. Sure, it’s a bleak and rather dodgy town, but
it’s his town all the same. At least, until enigmatic outsider Nick Nopoly waltzes
in and starts collecting friends faster than can possibly be legal.
Blake doesn’t think
much of him until he notices a change in the behavior of Hoppers’ younger
clientele: less beery violence, more nonsensical blathering. But when Doug the
shopkeeper comes to Blake for help “sorting out” the newcomer (who just happens
to be dating Doug’s teenage daughter), the bruiser figures helping out Doug
will be good for business, never mind the four hundred cigarettes and four
hundred cans of lager the shopkeeper has offered as payment.
Of course, Mangel is
Mangel, and it wouldn’t be a normal day if Blake didn’t soon find himself in an
unholy mess. Raunchy, violent, and hysterical, Booze and Burn is an
addictive trip into the dark underbelly of small-town England.
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