You Couldnt Make It Up: A Glorious Collection of Bizarre But True Stories from Around Britain

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  • 275

  • 9781844540051

  • 129 mm

  • 199 mm

  • 212 gram


  • 1-NOV-03

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  • 18 mm

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    In his many years as a newspaper journalist, the inimitable Jack Crossley has stumbled upon literally thousands of wonderful little anecdotes that you really wouldnt believe if you hadnt seen them written down in black and white. He has compiled them into this irresistible book of essential whimsy.

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    Jack Crossley