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More About This Title Arnold Drive
Nothing much has ever happened to Rev Arnold Drive, the meekly quiet vicar of St Tobias's. Feeling safe only within the walls of his church and the gentle rules of his faith, Arnold is ironically a man utterly without drive; a man content that nothing much ever happens. Nothing, that is, until the day his church is sold off to property developers. Ejected from his church and his home, Arnold is thrust out into the modern world—a world for which he is utterly ill-equipped. Suddenly, life presents Arnold with a series of moral dilemmas that test his faith, his judgement, and his understanding of human nature. His first experience of love and sex, a surprise confession of murder, a suicide, the prospect of unexpected wealth, the discovery of a hidden family history, all cause Arnold to reassess the certainties he has taken for granted. Then, a near-fatal car accident forces him to face up to the fragility of sanity and of life itself . . . Arnold Drive is the story of a man's journey from innocence to experience where he discovers his moral compass isn't always pointing the right way.
Hugh Cornwell is one of the UK's finest song writing talents and most accomplished live performers. The original guitarist, singer and main songwriter in The Stranglers, Hugh has had 10 hit albums and 21 Top 40 singles, including "No More Heroes," "Golden Brown," "Always the Sun," and "Duchess". His latest solo album, Totem and Taboo, was released to rave reviews. Hugh is the author of Window on the World.