Good news if you have the Amazon device – The Influential Factor by Graham Lentz is now on Kindle for a budget price.
I’ll be honest, I haven’t read the original, but that’s probably a good thing as August ’64 Extended by Tony Barrett is now available for the Amazon Kindle.
What does 99p get you these days? Not a lot, that’s for sure. But it does get you The Style Council Discographies by Iain Munn.
Outside of Absolute Beginners and Alan Fletcher’s output, there used to be pretty much no mod-related fiction around. Things have changed drastically over the last few years though, with new titles appearing pretty much year on year. The latest on the shelves is Glory Boys by Jim Iron and John […]
You can pre-order now, but 29th June 2015 is the publishing date for the new editions of Skinhead and Suedehead by Richard Allen.
As far as we can see, there is no physical release of Motown Encyclopedia by Graham Betts, so if you want it, you’ll have to download it to either your Kindle or Kindle app.
The headline says it all really, you can get a copy of Absolute Beginners for just 99p for the Amazon Kindle.
If you’ve not read Nightshift by Pete McKenna, I would recommend it. The book was republished in 2011, although tracking one down in book format is still a tough job. But you can now get a digital copy.