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Description:ISBN 0330354884 / Author: John Burn / Genre: Crime / Thriller / There were two splashes in London that night: the first was a body ... more
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Pages: 9999, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Pan
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by - written on 29/10/07 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Watch any TV show or film which has a reporter as one of the characters and you are sure to come across the old stereotype. Invariably it’s a man in his early 40s, unshaven and a bit skinny. No doubt they are standing around with a notebook or a tape recorder trying to get a rise out of celebrities by braying at them in a shrill cockney accent. In fact they could probably be easily be described in one word – scumbag. Personally, I reckon that this is probably an overgeneralization and that although some tabloid journalists would fit into this mould the majority would not. But then again, who wants to watch a show or read a book about a normal person that happens to . Read the complete review
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