Good news for those of you pondering paying a fortune for this. Baron’s Court, All Change by Terry Taylor has been reissued.
Familiar with the movie Villain with Richard Burton? It’s based on the wonderful Burden of Proof by James Barlow.
This will divide the audience. Not unlike the film. An Absolute Beginners soundtrack vinyl reissue is coming your way soon.
An ode to a Paul Weller obsession, The Modfather by David Lines is a very entertaining read.
Have you read the book Adrift In Soho? You really should, especially if you are a fan of Absolute Beginners, as it carries a very similar vibe (and covers a similar time period. If not, there’s a film on the way.
I haven’t read a copy as yet, but we have just been sent details of a book that’s actually out tomorrow and might well be of interest, In The Blood by Pete McKenna & Snowy.
I know I've featured this before, but there's a new copy of Alan Fletcher's Quadrophenia on eBay – and with just over 2 days to go, it's up there for next to nothing. Specifically, as I write, it's up for £1.04, described as in excellent condition and as you probably […]
This year, Absolute Beginners by Colin MacInnes is 60 years old. Yes, the grandaddy of youth culture novels is more or less a pensioner. But despite this milestone being reached, the standalone book is out of print and showing no sign of a reissue. Enter eBay. You can buy the […]