Author Archives: Paperback Raider

Why not Catch-21?

Why not catch-21?

Gary Dexter’s history of book titles is worth considering for a few evening’s light read and something you can dip in and out of.

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Left For Dead

Left For Dead by Nick Ward and Sinead O'Brian

Nick Ward’s retelling of the 1979 Fastnet race disaster and how he was left for dead is a read that is slow to start, but once it does is hard to put down.

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Witch Is When It All Began

Witch is when it all began by Adele Abbott

A P.I. discovers she’s a witch, but has to balance solving cases with her powers with getting legally admissable evidence, and the food demands of her talking cat. Clever, funny, and a light entertaining read.

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The Secret Library

As light entertainment, a book to leave out to entertain guests, or something to hide in a desk drawer and while away a few minutes break, this is ideal.

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Titan Screwed

"Titan Screwed" by James Dixon and Justin Henry
This is an indepth examination of the notorious Montreal screwjob. It contains statements and comments from those directly affected,... Read More →

The Wrestling

A look at British wrestling from the 1920’sto the end of World of Sport, Simon Garfield’s book is often... Read More →