A giddying song from the sewers written with jet-propelled energy and 'a comic intensity reminiscent of Withnail and I'(New York Times Book Review)
TRISTAN EGOLF was born in 1971. He has lived in Amsterdam, Paris, Philadelphia, New York City a converted chicken coop, and for forty-eight mind-numbing God-awful hours he lived in Mississippi (where he's wanted on an explosives charge). Skirt and the Fiddle is his second novel.
'Egolf rudely splashes language across the page like an action painter... [with] winning self-confidence and convincing talent.' * Time Out New York *