Geoff Sadler has practiced as a graphic designer and artist all his life, producing memorable advertising material for clients as diverse as Shell, British Rail, the GPO and countless publishing houses and Governmental bodies. His evocative paintings have been exhibited world-wide and his latest showing was a collection of vibrant prints at the Barbican Gallery in London.
Geoff Sadler has also worked as a writer and journalist on national newspapers and magazines, both in the UK and abroad. 'Tripe and Spanish onions' is his first, full-length humourous work. He travels widely and divides his time between a south coast pad and his cottage in southern Spain – the inspiration for so many of his yarns. 'Telling tales', a collection of Geoff's short and tall stories, is also available.
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Tripe and Spanish onions
By Geoff Sadler
Published: July 23, 2012.
John and Anne Hammond have burnt their boats and bought a run-down cottage in southern Spain. Henceforth life will be one round of perpetual sunshine and cheap booze.
But the realities of everyday living intrude. Their encounters with Spanish builders, bureaucracy, dodgy odd-job men and their attempts to integrate into their new mode of life are frustratingly humourous.
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