Bunny Munro sells beauty products to the lonely housewives of England's south coast. Set adrift by his wife's death, he hits the road one last time - with his young son in tow. As Bunny hawks his wares and feeds his libido, nine-year-old Bunny Junior waits in the car communing with his mother's ghost and watching his father self-destruct. Haunted by jealous husbands, his own appetite and a serial killer in a Satan suit, Bunny Munro is a desperate man. And he's going to die. Darkly comic and raw with heartache, The Death of Bunny Munro is a spellbinding story of one-man's battle with fatherhood, love and redemption.