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    Non-Football Books

    Anyone read Tony McCarroll's book about Oasis? Heard it's a great read, a very "pro-Liam", anti-Noel" book. Just wondered what anyone here thought before I get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slavia View Post
    Anyone read Tony McCarroll's book about Oasis? Heard it's a great read, a very "pro-Liam", anti-Noel" book. Just wondered what anyone here thought before I get it
    What's it called ?

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    i'd say keith richards book is a great read, ive me eye on that and russel brands books too. they are suppose to be good

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    get both of chris evans books. Whether you like him or not his books are superb. He's lived some life

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    Mr Nice by Howard Marks is a very good book for anyone into true crime books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiner View Post
    Mr Nice by Howard Marks is a very good book for anyone into true crime books.
    or if you're a po thead.

    ian rankins crime novels are pretty good, The Complaints is a great read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom the gom View Post
    or if you're a po thead.

    ian rankins crime novels are pretty good, The Complaints is a great read.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowblind_(novel)

    A similar book based on the cocaine trade written in 1996 very good as well actually.

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    Can anyone recommend a good book about Hitler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slavia View Post
    Can anyone recommend a good book about Hitler?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slavia View Post
    Can anyone recommend a good book about Hitler?
    Hitler wrote a book himself while he was in prison, all about how jews are evil though, read parts of it online somewhere

    Or ask Camacker im sure he has a few lying around somewhere
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    Read this one a few years ago. Covers the end of the war relating to his time in the bunker

    http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Hitlers.../dp/0374135770

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    Quote Originally Posted by connolly View Post
    Read this one a few years ago. Covers the end of the war relating to his time in the bunker

    http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Hitlers.../dp/0374135770


    Cheers.......

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    You cant go wrong with a bit of Robert Fisk. A lot of reading, but well worth it.

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