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Thanks For The Memories: Book Review by Tim Quelch
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24 April, 2012 15:18
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Re: Thanks For The Memories: Book Review by Tim Quelch
Dave Thomas (IP Logged)
24 April, 2012 15:35
Thanks Beeb

 
Re: Thanks For The Memories: Book Review by Tim Quelch
soapylily (IP Logged)
24 April, 2012 16:27
This book is so good I didn't even notice we had got airborne flying out of Malta on Sunday. We were at 2000 feet before I realised we had gone down the runway and taken off. I have just finished Roger's description of four months in China - who'd have thunk it? I think DT has done an excellent job crafting this autobiography into an excellent pageturner and it deserves to have a much wider audience than it will inevitably get. It would make a basis for a good filmscript but I doubt anyone would buy into the genuine honesty of this abover average journeyman's story - unless you could look back from the dour end to the promising beginning at Leeds. It also makes Jimmy Mullen into a bit of an enigma, it would be nice to hear his side of the story of why he 'forgot'/ ignored Eli for eighteen months.

 
Re: Thanks For The Memories: Book Review by Tim Quelch
BBC 2 (IP Logged)
26 April, 2012 06:24
Just been added to a virtual Wolves paper.


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