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  • 192

  • 9781783784332

  • 129 mm

  • 198 mm

  • 189 gram

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  • 18 JANUARY 2018

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  • 14 mm

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    Twenty years ago, in a series of mysterious, incandescent writings, David Seabrook told of the places he knew best: the declining resort towns of the Kent coast. The pieces were no advert for the local tourist board. Here, the ghosts of murderers and mad artists crawl the streets. Septuagenarian rent boys recall the good old days and Carry On stars go to seed. Clandestine fascist networks emerge. And all the time, there is Seabrook himself - desperate perhaps, and in danger.Dark, strange and immediate, this is a classic work of sui generis British literature.There are devils here, and the reader...  Read More

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    David Seabrook

    David Seabrook studied English at the University of Kent (Canterbury). Following his BA, he continued his studies at UKC and completed his MA with a dissertation on French author Marcel Proust. Following his studies, Seabrook relocated to Greece, where he worked as a teacher. He returned to the UK in order to pursue his literary ambitions.

    David Seabrooks All The Devils Are Here was his first published book. It examines the seamy side of the county Kent (United Kingdom) through artistic, historic and literary connections. The book focuses on T.S. Eliots connections to Margate, John Buchan (Broadstairs), Richard Dadds (Medway) and Charles Hawtrey, mostly associated with the Carry On series, in Deal. Among literary critics the book provoked discussion about which category of literature it fitted in. Some resented the book, as it exposed the darker sides of the county.

    Jack of Jumps, Seabrooks second book, was published in 2006. It looks at the unsolved murders of eight prostitutes in West London and goes as far as pointing the finger for the killings at an unnamed former policeman.

    Aged 48 and working on his third project, David Seabrook died in Canterbury (Kent) in January 2009. He was found dead in his home.

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