With the intelligent, surreal humour we might expect from a member of THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN, NEVER TRUST A RABBIT breathes new life into the drama of the ordinary urban thirty-something, in a series of modern morality tales about enchantment in everyday life' THE TIMES Unsettling premonitions, fortune-telling cashpoints and disappearing mazes all converge in Jeremy Dyson's first book - a collection of short stories that established him as a formidable storyteller on original publication. Reissued in Abacus with a new introduction by the author, NEVER TRUST A RABBIT has already become a cult favourite.
Jeremy Dyson was born in Leeds. He studied Philosophy at Leeds and has an MA in screenwriting. His first novel, WHAT HAPPENS NOW, is published by Abacus. He is the co-writer of the Bafta award-winning TV series THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN. He lives in London