'Truth, like beauty, is only skin-deep.
'What would happen if an average-looking whitegoods marketing manager suddenly became the most beautiful man in the world? Would female colleagues beg him to father their children? Would a loopy idea to put works of art on the bench-top appliances become the greatest marketing success in history?
'Mousy Mark Boyd recreates himself as a man of stunning, lust-raising good looks - and the results go far beyond his wildest dreams. But with success comes jealousy and hatred, Can Mark survive the raging emotions his beauty provokes? Will he learn where true beauty lies - and still turn a profit?
'The Beauty Of Truth is a fearless send-up of the all-consuming power of marketing and the seductive allure of appearances. And it's what's been missing from modern literature: a celebration of domestic appliances.' (Publication summary)