No Voice from the Hall: Early Memories of a Country House Snooper Paperback – 13 Apr 2000
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`The demolition of these houses is a tragic story, but the author's battles with weather and hostile caretakers, and his discovery of unexpected treasures, are entertaining and beautifully written.' Eric Anderson, Sunday Telegraph; `The best non-fiction book that I have read this year.' Ursula Buchan, Spectator; `An intensely romantic, poignant, angry, frequently hilarious and hauntingly illustrated memoir.' Hugh Massingberd, Daily Telegraph
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John Harris worked at NME during the height of Brit Pop and was Features Editor at Q and Editor of Select. He now writes for Mojo, Rolling Stone, the Independent, the Guardian, The Times and the Observer and has a regular column in Q.
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May have been my fault but when the book arrived (just a day late so not bad) it says on the black and white cover "uncorrected proof - these proofs are reduced in size - not... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good book for country house anoraks. But could do with more lists and possibly, illustrations.Lists would inclde schedules of demolitions and relevant dates.Published on 15 Sept. 2013 by G. J. Thomas