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Tom Bromley was born in Salisbury in 1972 and grew up in York. A writer and editor, he is the author and co-author of eight books under his own name, and the ghostwriter of many more. His books include the novels 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' and 'Half A World Away', and the non-fiction works 'We Could Have Been The Wombles', 'All in the Best Possible Taste', 'Rock and Pop Elevens', 'The Encyclopedia of Guilty Pleasures' and 'Shopping While Drunk'. Tom's latest book, 'Wired For Sound' is published by Simon and Schuster in June 2012. He lives in Salisbury with his wife, two daughters and his record collection.
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We Could Have Been the Wombles: The Weird and Wonderful World of One-hit Wonders by Phill Jupitus (Foreword), Tom Bromley (31-Aug-2006) Paperback 01-Jan-1600
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