Why kill your brother when you can kill yourself...
Following a mysterious invitation from a visiting professor, a final year Psychology student becomes dangerously embroiled in the case of Michael, a disturbed young man in police custody, and Gonzo, the twin brother he claims to have killed.
The only evidence is contained in a battered suitcase crammed with the demented testament of the brothers' lives.
From a lonely East London tenement wallpapered with another man's thoughts, to the echoing corridors of a Victorian asylum lost in the north of England, the truth about the life and death of the brothers becomes ever more sinister.
A book about sanity and identity, Rubber Ring implicates the reader in the construction of the delusion itself, casting them inside the madness, leaving them to find their own route back to the truth.
It is also a comedy.