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As a writer, B P Perry is a pretty good cartoonist.
"Voice of a generation" is a tag that is given out far too easily. He's definitely the voice of grizzled detectives from the Lincolnshire coastline.
Will that do?
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Initial post: 24 Jul 2012 18:57:05 BDT
Mr. H says:
I've just read it for a second time, and only then do the hidden subtexts really come to life. You can tell that Perry had a hard time overcoming his poverty ravaged Northern childhood, but if the abuse, the bullying and the operations led to this book, then it was worth it. For me. Not him.
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