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“Icarus In Reverse”   by    Dominic O’Sullivan


Who is watching Miss Melchior and why is the American ambassador so nervous?


What are the repercussions of the soda siphon and what went wrong in the court of Queen Elizabeth? And is the devoted butler taking his duties a little too far?


In this collection of intriguing and eye-opening short stories the reader is taken on journeys of discovery with sometimes unforeseen consequences.


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Dominic O’Sullivan was born in North London and grew up in Muswell Hill. He has however spent much of his time in East Anglia. He studied German at the University of East Anglia under the guidance of his tutor Dr W.G. ‘Max’ Sebald.


In 2009 he published his first collection of short stories ‘Swifts’ of which the title story was performed as a play in the Chocolate Factory, North London.


In this collection both “New Wave” and “A Dash of Soda” were performed at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge in May 2013 as part of a season of monologues.


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