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The Hanging Club & The British Quidditch Cup

Hey guys! Today’s blog post covers three things –The Hanging Club by Tony Parsons, book news, and The British Quidditch Cup!

Having finished The Hanging Club… 781 more words

The Clash sort it out

Sometime in the spring of 1977 journalist Tony Parsons boarded a train on the Circle Line to meet all three members of The Clash, and so began one of the defining interviews of the era.Parsons had responded to an advertisement in the New Musical Express ‘hip young gunslinger wanted’. 751 more words

Rock Music

East End Tales.

Cold rain was sticking to my face; maybe it was trying to wash my bad make up which made me look like a lovechild of Joker and Alice Cooper or maybe it was trying to wake me up from a trance. 397 more words


PAPERBACK PICK ... The Hanging Club

Tony Parsons has created an intriguing character in the shape of DC Max Wolfe, and Thursday sees the paperback release of his London based thriller, … 233 more words


THE POSTMAN DELIVERS ...Ewens, Kavanagh & Parsons

Dear God, I hate the winter and all its dismal,dripping, dank, defeated dreariness. (enough alliteration already! – Editor) In my youth, distant though it now is, I was a great fan of the stories of Billy Bunter, written by the wonderful Frank Richards, aka Charles Hamilton. 840 more words


Tony Parsons treated unfaithfulness like the norm for men and it stung

He (Tony Parsons) might not know it but I judged this book by the perception that the author did not make a big deal out of the unfaithful act of the main character. 537 more words

Kemi Bonuola

Prose as spare as Robert Parker's at his best

This is one of those annoying books that leaves you wrestling with your own conscience, because you spend most of it rooting for the wrong guys. 292 more words