B-Berry and I Look Back
This is Yates' final book, a semi-autobiographical novel spanning a lifetime of events from the sinking of the Titanic to the notorious Tichborne murder case. It opens with Berry, one of British comic writing's finest creations, at his funniest, and is a companion volume to 'As Berry and I Were Saying'. Pure, vintageYates.
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