“… a wonderful book … anyone yet to read it has a real treat in store…” – John Lindley, Cheshire Poet Laureate & Manchester Cathedral Poet of the Ye
THE NAPLES OF ENGLAND – Andy Christopher Miller
A memoir of family life and family secrets that tells of the author’s growing up in seaside Britain in the 1950s and early 1960s. By means of 20 sketches and vignettes, Andy tells the story of being propelled from council estate to university in a book that has been commended by many reviewers for its warmth, humour and sensitivity.
This book about childhood will be enjoyed by anybody born in Britain around the end of the Second World War. It will appeal to those interested in the quality and texture of life for children and adolescents in the post-War period. Enthusiasts for the British seaside resort will find much to enjoy within the book’s richly evocative descriptions as will those interested in the expanding educational and social opportunities for youngsters at that time.
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