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Sharon & Tracy & The Rest

Sharon & Tracy & The Rest

Keith Waterhouse’s long-running column, which began appearing in the Daily Mail in 1986, won him numerous national press award. His characters Sharon and Tracy became a national institution, as did that venerable acadamy of English letters, the Association for the Annihilation of the Aberrant Apostrophe. The phlegmatic councillors of Clogthorpe and British Rail’s brother-in-law Arnold are among the other regulars featured in this collection, which distils the wit and wisdom of a justly celebrated writer.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 27th March 2014

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9781444753936

Reviews

Be warned: it may look like a book for dipping into, but once you've tasted it, you might find it hard to put down . . . the joy in having it is that when you've read one piece, you don't have to wait three days for another
Daily Mail
He's the best there is at the pettiness of bureaucracy, the lame-headedness of government, the foolishness of the punditatorial classes. Best of all are the characters he's established over the years
The Times
If a competition were held for the title of Fleet Street's best writer, a strong contender would be Keith Waterhouse
Spectator