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Tunnel of Love Hardcover – 15 Oct 2016
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"Tunnel of Love is as essential as Touching Distance was. That belonged in the romance section, Tunnel of Love could sit in thrillers, or even tragedy." --Mark Douglas, the Evening Chronicle
"Tunnel of Love had me on page one. So many happy and sad memories." --Simon Bird, the Mirror
"Hardy has a brilliant knack for taking the reader back to how it felt at a particular moment in Newcastle's history. He impressively combines the journalistic inside scoop with raw emotion. The account of the dressing room before the Champions League game in Rotterdam is brilliant. Tunnel of Love will make you laugh and it will make you cry. It should be on everyone's Christmas list." --Jack Lacey-Hatton, The Mag
"A fascinating insight from behind the scenes of Newcastle United during a pivotal time in the club's history. Never has the term rollercoaster been more apt. Even though I was a player during part of this period I leanrt so many new things from the book that I wasn't aware of. A compelling read. I couldn't put it down." --Robbie Elliott, former Newcastle United player
"Tunnel of Love is the unwritten modern history of Newcastle United. There's no better author to document the process and decline of the club than Martin Hardy. The story is told through the words of the most important and influential characters of the period. Impressively Tunnel of Love manages to read as a positive account despite the chaos that engulfed the club. Charming and funny characters interviewed remind you that despite everything, Newcastle provided its supporters with memories that will last a life time. An excellent read." --Alex Hurst, True Faith, Newcastle United podcast
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"A really lovely book... a fabulous read full of great stories of that era." --BBC FiveLive's Monday Night Club
About the Author
Martin Hardy has been writing about football in the North East for three decades. He was senior sports reporter at the Sunday Sun, before moving to the Sunday People and then to the Daily Mail. More recently he has worked for the News of the World and the Independent. He currently writes for the Sunday Times. His first book, Touching Distance, was shortlisted at the 2016 Cross British Sportswriting Awards in the Best New Writer category.
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