Smoked - Patrick Quinlan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755328264 / Author: Patrick Quinlan / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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A brilliant debut from a new American crime writer. 'A great crim ...
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by - written on 20/09/07 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Smoking has become a cardinal sin in modern society. As a child I would happily go to sleep at a bingo hall, rich with the smell of old people and their cigarette smoke. Now my childhood is no longer valid as all you can smell at the Bingo today is plain old person and lambrini girls – not appealing. I’ve never smoked and tbh I’m pretty glad that the smoking ban has come in. That being said I’ve noticed that Pubs now smell of BO and wee! With a sense of nostalgia and thoughts of rich smoke in my mind I stumbled across a book called ‘Smoke’. Turns out that it has nothing to do with smoking apart from the fact that the lead character is named after his love of a ... Read the complete review
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