has long been regarded as the literary equivalent of Caravaggio's
Cupid Victorious and a classic of the counter-culture relaxing the
West at the time of its publication (Phenix Books, San Diego, 1970).
Described as "a remarkable first novel" by Patrick Kearney in his
annotated bibliography of The Private Case in The British (Museum)
Library, (Jay Landesman, London, 1981), the book has now been re-
written by its author with much new material added and was
released on CD-Rom under its original title of Minor Incidents in the
Summer of 2004. For details please visit the Shop.



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