Gutted - Tony Black Reviews
Description:ISBN 1848090528 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Tony Black / Hardcover / 288 Pages / Book is published 2009-06-04 by Preface Publishing
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Tony Black Gutted (Gus Dury 2)
When the gangland owner of a pit bull that killed a 3 - year - ol ...
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Tony Black Gutted
Pages: 288, Hardcover, Preface Publishing
Last Update 13.03.2014 17:28
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by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
There's always a risk in taking on a new author, even in a genre that suggests you should enjoy the book. The quotes on the backs of books are usually unanimous in their praise and can't be relied upon to be an accurate judge of the quality between the covers. But when an author is compared to others you already know are great writers, this does raise the expectation level a little. This is not always a good thing. Gus Dury is a former journalist, down on his luck and living most of his life at the bottom of a bottle, and the rest at the bottom of a pint glass. He's running his deceased friend's pub, but not terribly well and he's drinking more profit than ... Read the complete review
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