Sao Paulo Quartet #04: Brazilian Psycho

Sao Paulo Quartet #04: Brazilian Psycho
Joe Thomas
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Hardback
h220 x 140mm - 470pg
17 Jun 2021 UK
International import eta 7-19 days
9781911350910
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Brazil, 1 January 2003: President Luis Inacio ' Lula' da Silva begins fifteen years of left-wing government. 1 January 2019: Jair Bolsonaro is inaugurated, a president of the populist right. How did it come to this? A blockbusting novel of our times, Brazilian Psycho introduces and completes Joe Thomas' s acclaimed Sao Paulo quartet. Over sixteen years, a diverse cast of characters live through the unfolding social and political drama, setting in motion a whirlwind of plots and counterplots: the murder of a British school headmaster and the consequent cover-up; the chaos and score-settling of the PCC drug gang rebellion over the Mothers' Day weekend of 2006; a copycat serial killer; the secret international funding of nationwide anti-government protests; the bribes, kickbacks and shakedowns of the Mensalao and Lava Jato political corruption scandals, the biggest in Brazilian history. Brazilian Psycho weaves social crime fiction, historical fact, and personal experience to record the radical tale of one of the world' s most fascinating, glamorous, corrupt, violent, and thrilling cities.

Brazilian Psycho
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PRAISE FOR JOE THOMAS ' Brilliant' The Times ' Feverish energy' Guardian ' Original' Mail on Sunday ' Sophisticated, dizzying' GQ ' Superbly realised. . . vivid and atmospheric' Guardian ' Vivid and visceral' The Times ' Wonderfully vivid' Mail on Sunday
Joe Thomas is the author of the Sao Paulo Quartet - Paradise City, Gringa, Playboy and Brazilian Psycho - and Bent, his first London novel.

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