Shrewsbury Station Just After Six Paperback – 23 Jun 2013
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About the Author
Married with three sons, Philip Gillam is a journalist and author whose passions include pop music, the cinema, local history, the company of good friends, long walks in the country, and cosy pubs on winter nights. He's a Beatles aficionado and an Elvis Costello fan. He is also fascinated by architecture and the urban environment. And on hot, sunny days, he finds himself drawn to ice cream vans.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story is charming. The characters real, and the plot comes to a crescendo with the titled meeting at the station 'just after six'.
Phil's prowse and writing skills bring to life wonderful characters, in a believable story that had this reviewer glued to every word from cover to cover.
The backdrop of Shrewsbury to the story adds to it's charm, and for anyone wanting to know why our town is so special to us Salopians you could do a lot worse than read this book.
As the sleeve notes say 'finding happiness is not always as easy as it seems'. Well Phil,this book brought me a lot of happiness. Roll on 'Shrewsbury Station - Just Before Six' !
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great little book based in my home town. Had some bery unexpected twists in the story line and was an excellent read.Published on 4 May 2014 by v grove
How lovely to get a book on ones home town. A most enjoyable read, especially to locals and also to non locals.
I Hope there is another book to follow.
I really enjoyed this book. A light and easy read but with eagerness to learn the story behind the title. I could not put it down. Read morePublished on 13 Sept. 2013 by Elizabeth Turner