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06/02/2013

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Hi Neil

Another possibility for the cover might be something by Max Beckmann eg ‘Night’
http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/max-beckmann/night-1918

or ‘Dreams of Monte Carlo’
http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://arttattler.com/Images/Europe/Germany/Munchen/Pinakotek%2520der%2520Moderne/Max%2520Beckmann/Dream-of-Monte-Carlo.jpg&imgrefurl=http://arttattler.com/archivebeckmann.html&h=482&w=600&sz=125&tbnid=FGTq-zQi0BYbqM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=112&zoom=1&usg=__EvkRBK6owQNiLZM_XHcNjFDVhJQ=&docid=f6vo-piZWNBWGM&sa=X&ei=FxmtUYz6EMKn0AW81IHYDg&ved=0CEYQ9QEwBA&dur=3747

Will you tell me the lottery numbers now?

Sorry for the delay in replying, Dan. It took me that long before I recovered from the first image. Incredibly powerful and rather disturbing: maybe *too* disturbing!

Hi Neil

I agree it is very powerful and disturbing. I suppose it might be a bit risky putting it on the cover. On the other hand, at least it would grab the attention of the person browsing in the library or bookshop; and it is in some ways fitting...

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