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Blackpool Rock, The Paperback – 1 Jul 2009
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'Guaranteed to ensure you keep your trap shut next time you think about getting lairy in a seaside resort nightclub.' --ZOO MAGAZINE
'Hard as rock.' (The Blackpool Gazette)See all Product description
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I have read loads of the hard man/gangster books and only a few stick in my mind as excellent reads. The rest seem to spend most of the time trying to fill in the gaps to make the story longer.
This book is definately among the few excellent books that i've read. Once i'd started it i could'nt put it down.
Steve Sinclair comes across as a genuine hard man, with an interesting story to tell in an often humourous manner. He gives a good insight into the life behind the scenes of someone who is a 'name' in the often violent seaside town of Blackpool.
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Very bland and full of self gratification - quite a boring read
Could not recommend if you are looking for a griping story
A tough world to be a doormen in the early days and it is still now but much more control.
A big respect for Steve and everyone too. Read more
What a book, kept me reading on and on until it was finished, I could relate to one nightclub mentioned in this book, when I was there, never realising so much had gone on there! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mrs. L.
Real good read into the life of a doorman in one of the busiest towns in Britain for night lifePublished 11 months ago by David Bennett
As I live near Ashton it was an interesting read.to see where a local lad ended up.it is a tough lifePublished 11 months ago by wayne ramsden