Quentin and Philip Hardcover – 8 Nov 2002
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About the Author
Andrew Barrow is a writer and journalist, who regularly contributes to the pages of the Independent, The Daily Telegraph and the Spectator. He is also the author of two novels, both published by Picador - The Tap Dancer and The Man in the Moon. He lives in London.
Top Customer Reviews
It is very unusual indeed to find a biography which deals with two people. But here was a perhaps unique oppportunity to do one of two such famous (or as Quentin would have said 'infamous') people whose lives were so connected, especially as the author knew both characters so well. It is a great achievement for Barrow.
Barrow has filled his book with so many facts and observations that it is a must for anyone interested in either/both men.
While I purchased it for the info on Quentin I also read the chapters on O'Connor. I must say that while I am sure I would have relished every minute I might have spent in Quentin's company I would have equally hated every minute I would have been forced (only way I would have done so) to spend in Phillip O'Connors.
If you are interested in Quentin then buy the book and read those chapters or vice-versa.