THE PRINTED WORD

Having just noticed that the initiator of the latest "book" thread left the site taking the discussion with him, it's my turn again to revive it; being too important a topic to be dropped, imo.

Having finished "Get Carter" by Ted Lewis over the Holidays, I'll soon start with "Jack Carters Law", a prequel set in late 60s Soho.

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  • 3708196445?profile=RESIZE_930xA great magazine for all inclined to spend even more money on records... thanks for the heads up, Steve Mearns.

  • 3464184805?profile=RESIZE_930xNew coffee table book

  • 3412704605?profile=RESIZE_930xWorth a look if you get the chance. Substance over speed

    • From now on you'll be known as the Slow Runner... :-D

  • 3201177478?profile=RESIZE_930xCan't say much about it yet, but I read the tips for folding suits into a case are invaluable! ;-)

    • Please let us know if it's good. Nice to see a grown up book being reviewed 

  • Arrived today. I’m going to the exhibition in Leicester on Monday, I’ll let you know how both pan out. 

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    • Working my way through this at the moment; typeface is small and dense, so it’s quite slow going. Laughed out loud at this bit so thought I’d share. 

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      Never did that, no car and wouldn’t have gone down well on the bus but I can definitely identify with the need to keep the creases sharp. At around 13 I asked my mum if she could please not press a crease into the sleeve and cuff of my shirts ( I hate that till this day). You can guess the answer and from then on I was as addicted to the ironing board as I was to shoe polish. 

    • Nah, but then I’ve always been ‘weird’ myself,  so I’m probably not in the best place to judge Ernie. ;o)

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