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The Engklimastat by Mark P Henderson

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The Engklimastat - ebook

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Mark Henderson’s novel, The Engklimastat (“that which prevents or stops crime or law-breaking”) weaves a fast-paced story of drama, treachery and love around the question posed by the title; what would happen to modern society if crime became impossible? The story weaves nail-biting drama into moments of laugh-out-loud hilarity as it follows Henderson’s unlikely protagonists, the hapless Solomon Threep and the dynamic Theresa Greene, who are both used and pursued by the demon Hypostates. As the drama unfolds it becomes only too clear, with the logical inevitability that is Henderson’s trademark, how much modern society relies on crime just to function, let alone to flourish.

Listen to Mark's interview with Talk Radio Europe's Hannah Murray on 'the book programme' here.



he Engklimastat is Mark Henderson’s second novel and in every way a worthy successor to his critically acclaimed National Cake Day in Ruritania. The Engklimastat combines believable characters (even the demon Hypostates) with fast-moving drama and sheer hilarity. Henderson’s logic (and this story is nothing if not logical) leads to bizarre and yet inevitable consequences. What would happen to a society in which crime was inconceivable? Find out by following the malevolent yet oddly sympathetic Hypostates as he manipulates Solomon Threep and Theresa Greene who have nothing with which to fight back; they don’t even know what is being done to them. In a nerve-racking escalation of tension, the story sweeps on to its unexpected and yet wholly logical and ultimately satisfying conclusion.

Listen to Mark's interview with Talk Radio Europe's Hannah Murray on 'the book programme' here.

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Author Mark P Henderson

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