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Nominated for:    The Bollinger, Everyman, Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction UK

                           The Russell Prize for Humour Writing, NSW. Australia a whimsical read that transports the reader on a humorous journey to an astonishing and unpredictable ending.


"As the cabin steward to a group of A List passengers on board the five-star cruise ship Pacific Queen, Peppe is headed to Singapore with a secret agenda.


There's something about Peppe, but who can put their finger on it?


When it comes to masterminding plots, he's not alone. 

It seems the only innocents onboard are the unsuspecting passengers - Alexander Pushkin Goldfarb, an eccentric jewish gambler from New York, included. In an "upstairs downstairs" glimpse at cruising, the passengers get much more than they bargained for on this trip of a lifetime."

"A riotous romp that's sharply intelligent and refreshingly zany"

Selena Summers. Author of "Feng Shui in Five Minutes


"Comic novels can be whimsical or delightful or absurd or just plain funny.

Rarely are they all these things. The Captain Loves Caviar is......

I loved reading it. I loved its craziness"

Howard Albrecht. Author of "The Oddfather" and "See You in Nairobi"

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