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Stumbletime is a beautifully crafted and simple short story in which Endeacott paints a picture of Leeds so real you can almost taste it.

ROBERT ENDEACOTT, best-selling author of DIRTY LEEDS and acclaimed independent publisher, TONTO BOOKS, team up to bring you a short, sharp, alcohol-fuelled meander through The Viaduct, The Whip and The Duncan: the down and dirty drinking haunts of one of Northern England’s most brutal cities. STUMBLETIME takes you into the brash, neon heart of working class Leeds as an ex-football-hooligan muses philosophically on everything from Allan ‘Sniffer’ Clark to The Stranglers whilst downing frothing pints of Tetley Bitter and oozing gallons of testosterone as he ogles the local girls and searches in vain for both a fitting way to honour a long-dead friend and the ever mysterious Mike.

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