The anxiously awaited third volume is here: a picturesque panoply of words of which neither you nor anyone else has ever heard. Bowler provides you not only with an expanded arsenal of words themselves, but also a genuine sense of the words and how to toss them off to devastating effect. Yes, friends, it is all here: over five hundred sonifacient words that will equip you with new, improved verbal weapons with which to verbigerate your friends and gorgonise your enemies.
Peter Bowler's has to his name several other published books, most of which are, as the French say, introuvable, lending them an intrinsic attraction for those who cultivate the unattainable. His most recent book is the 1998 novel Human Remains, a whodunnit in remarkably bad taste, even for him. He lives with his patient and beautiful wife Diana in an idyllic sub-tropical coastal town, and hopes one day to rule the world.