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  1. Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time is David Perlmutter’s compelling autobiographic account of his self-inflicted spiral into a living hell. This is the true story of how he escaped the horrors of a London police cell only to plunge headlong into an unimaginable nightmare of life in Marbella, Spain.

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  2. Travelling Daze by Alan Dearling

    Travelling Daze by Alan Dearling

    In Travelling Daze Alan Dearling takes us on a nostalgic ride through the '60s, 70s and early 80s. You will meet many characters in these pages including the unforgettable Wally Hope and Sid Rawle and hear their own stories in their own words. Alan lived the life of the road protestor, eco-warrior and serial festival goer for many years and has created a unique record in this book.


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  3. My Dalek has a Puncture by Simon Fisher-Becker

    My Dalek has a Puncture by Simon Fisher-Becker

    Simon Fisher-Becker is a stalwart of stage and screen and recently found further fame thanks to his appearance in Dr Who as bright blue black marketeer Dorium Maldovar. My Dalek has a Puncture is a frank, no holds barred look at Simon's life and work written by Simon himself. We hesitate to call it an autobiography as it is in equal parts educational, informative, motivational and heart breaking.

    The audiobook version, read by Simon himself, is accompanied by an original music score created by Tony Dugdale. This format is available in both MP3 download and full loaded 2Gb USB Cards.

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  4. Fragments of Joy and Sorrow by Alan Wakeman

    Fragments of Joy and Sorrow by Alan Wakeman

    Introducing: Fragments of Joy and Sorrow - Memoir of a reluctant revolutionary by Alan Wakeman


    Has anyone ever written so lightly, so gracefully, of a long life? At odds again and again with prevailing opinion, whether as vegan or pioneer in English-language teaching or participant in Gay Liberation, the late Alan Wakeman lived half his life in Soho, London's famous residential district beside Piccadilly Circus. He tells of his great, tragic love-affair and a later extraordinary friendship with his lover's grown-up American son.


    Broken into individual 'fragments' this memoir distils the most exciting, life-changing, heart- breaking and sexuality-affirming moments of Alan's life. Each 'fragment' of raw experience is followed by brief musings based on his nearly eight decades of experience!



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