Benjamin Arnold Guppy loved turnips. He loved eating them, but most of all he loved throwing them. He also loved money and pain...extorting a lot of the former and causing an equal amount of the latter. A foul, sour-faced old swindler with a penchant for clucking like a chicken and more than a passing interest in the local postman, he was determined to get his hands on his neighbours' money, regardless of the cost. As it turned out, the price was his life.
‘A man wielding a knife as he threatens you is very frightening indeed, but one wielding a honeydew melon is just slightly ridiculous and in danger of ruining a perfectly good fruit.' - Quote from The Wonderful Demise of Benjamin Arnold Guppy
Paperback: 228 pp
ublisher: Nezu Press (2008)
Dimensions: 9” x 6”