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Re: What you reading

Postby NottinghamWhite » 09 Jun 2021, 09:49

Peter James’s latest bestseller Left You Dead. Without doubt my favourite author.
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Re: What you reading

Postby LAsouthcoast » 14 Nov 2021, 19:43

NottinghamWhite wrote:Peter James’s latest bestseller Left You Dead. Without doubt my favourite author.


Reading this at the moment NW, about half way and really enjoying it, he is Brighton based as you probably know and mentions Sussex landmarks in his book, I will certainly be getting be reading some of his other books.
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Re: What you reading

Postby NottinghamWhite » 16 Nov 2021, 07:54

Bought a nice little book yesterday a bargain at £4:99 a nice stocking filler for Christmas

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Re: What you reading

Postby NottinghamWhite » 16 Nov 2021, 07:55

LAsouthcoast wrote:
NottinghamWhite wrote:Peter James’s latest bestseller Left You Dead. Without doubt my favourite author.


Reading this at the moment NW, about half way and really enjoying it, he is Brighton based as you probably know and mentions Sussex landmarks in his book, I will certainly be getting be reading some of his other books.


Try and read them in order they’ll make a lot more sense ;)
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Re: What you reading

Postby ChilwellWhite » 16 Nov 2021, 08:33

I follow @myfavebench on Twitter some great photos so it’s finish typing this and a visit to Amazon for me.
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Re: What you reading

Postby yorkfan » 16 Nov 2021, 10:44

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Ian Dury biography by Richard Balls.

I’m about one third through this one, and it’s a cracking read, which manages to give a real insight the personality of the bloke, and the many reasons behind it.

Oh, and it reveals that he actually wasn’t the Essex geezer of popular mythology.

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Re: What you reading

Postby Another Northern Soul » 16 Nov 2021, 11:35

yorkfan wrote:Image

Ian Dury biography by Richard Balls.

I’m about one third through this one, and it’s a cracking read, which manages to give a real insight the personality of the bloke, and the many reasons behind it.

Oh, and it reveals that he actually wasn’t the Essex geezer of popular mythology.

Recommended.


I think I read this some time back, have been a big admirer of ID for a long time and The Blockheads are still a top notch giggers. It took me a while to like ID & band, I was never that keen on Rhythm Stick due to his vocals, but his more melodic stuff still gets to me.

And the film is excellent too, with our Ralph Ineson playing a prominent role, for the Leeds connection 8-)
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Re: What you reading

Postby LAsouthcoast » 16 Nov 2021, 19:02

NottinghamWhite wrote:
LAsouthcoast wrote:
NottinghamWhite wrote:Peter James’s latest bestseller Left You Dead. Without doubt my favourite author.


Reading this at the moment NW, about half way and really enjoying it, he is Brighton based as you probably know and mentions Sussex landmarks in his book, I will certainly be getting be reading some of his other books.


Try and read them in order they’ll make a lot more sense ;)


I didn`t realize it was in a sequence, I asked my wife to pick me up a crime book for me and this was what she came back with.
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