Genre: Fiction
Published: 1 June 2012
Publisher: The Friday Project/HarperCollins

Driving Jarvis Ham

Meet Jarvis Ham, lift-cadger, diary-keeper, Princess Di-lover, celeb chaser, secret alcoholic, relentless seeker of fame – and general all-round irritant. But the thing about Jarvis – he’s harmless, and deep down, you know he’s got a heart of gold. Hasn’t he?

As his friend watches Jarvis fall helplessly in love, strive for fame through charity singles and reality TV auditions, and cause a paedophile alert at the local swimming baths, he wonders how his life would have been if he had never met Jarvis Ham. But what are you going to do? He’s a mate. DRIVING JARVIS HAM is a novel for anyone who has ever found themselves looking across at a childhood friend, and wondering why they still know them.

'Very creepy. Luckily, very funny as well.' - Nikesh Shukla, author of COCONUT UNLIMITED
"Driving Jarvis Ham is a darkly comic novel, hilarious in parts" - Independent on Sunday
"Rude, crude but hysterically funny" - New Books Magazine
"An idiosyncratic modern comedy for our times" - Andrew Collins
"Very bloody funny indeed, in a creepy, original way." - Emlyn Rees, author of Come Together
"Some real laugh out loud moments." - Essie Fox, author of The Somnambulist