Little is in print about this early pop art icon. So Pauline Boty – The Only Blonde In The World is a book to be treasured purely because there isn’t much else.
Familiar with the movie Villain with Richard Burton? It’s based on the wonderful Burden of Proof by James Barlow.
Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
Ever wondered who the lead character in Absolute Beginners was based on? According to the introduction of Baron’s Court All Change, it was Terry Taylor.
There is a lot of Mod fiction around right now, with Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley being one of the more interesting reads.
Kevin Pearce’s ode to Mod and pop culture from the 1960s onwards is given a second viewing. It’s every bit as good as I recall.
A book of Mod images? The Scenester checks out the newly-released I’m One – 21st-Century Mods by Horst Friedrichs.
You have heard of Get Carter, but do you know much about, Ted Lewis, the man behind it? If you don’t, you might be interested in Getting Carter by Nick Triplow.