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read the usual culprits, like Peter Kaye, Russell Brand, Paul O'Grady
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Recommendations please

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Mickey Quinn.
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Recommendations please

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We have bookshelves full of autobiographies. Mr M loves them. Take a look next time you are over.
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We have bookshelves full of autobiographies. Mr M loves them. Take a look next time you are over.
Me too. Although almost all of mine are football related.
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Me too. Although almost all of mine are football related.
I think Meow's might be more my cup of tea, when I have finished the ones I am reading I will pass them to Mr Meow
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Not technically a AB I suppose but Mr Nice by Howard Marks is an entertaining read.
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Recommendations please

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Graham Norton
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The Michael Palin Diaries - have read one (the Python years) and have the other still to read but thoroughly enjoyed the first one.

Having said that though, I like all things Palin (except Sarah).
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The Michael Palin Diaries - have read one (the Python years) and have the other still to read but thoroughly enjoyed the first one.

Having said that though, I like all things Palin (except Sarah).
agreed - just started the 2nd and just as interesting as the first
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Keith Richards , just finished it , a proper rock & roller
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Graham Norton
read it, thought it was good
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Has Eddie Izzard done one yet?
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Me too. Although almost all of mine are football related.
Paul McGrath , Jock Stein , Keane , Peter Marinello , Norman Whiteside , Gazza and Ferige's are all good ones i've read over the years.
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Recommendations please

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The best one i've read recently was "my shit life so far" by Frankie Boyle - hilarious!
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Originally Posted by jam25mack View Post
Not technically a AB I suppose but Mr Nice by Howard Marks is an entertaining read.
Just finished that, was ace.

Just downloaded the film as well, may watch it later.
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