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January 10, 2013 / peoplesbookprize

A Year Behind Bars by George East

The People’s Book Prize Winter Collection – today’s highlighted book is

A Year Behind Bars

A Year Behind Bars

Subtitle A Publicans Tale
By George East
Published by La Puce Publications
ISBN 978 09523635 52
Category humour
Winter 2012

Synopsis

My wife has bought me a pub for Christmas. Or rather, she has allowed me to buy one for myself. Soon I will be able to drink at cost price and entertain customers and friends in my front room. What’s more, I will actually be paid for enjoying myself instead of shelling out to visit other people’s pubs…”

Author’s Biography

George East has had a wide and varied career, which, before he started his life behind bars, included being a pickled onion manufacturer, private detective, TV and radio presenter…and the world’s only professional bed tester (a position he won while running his pub).

Reviews

I just want to let you know how much enjoyment I get from reading your books. They make me laugh out loud! The only other author who does this is Bill Bryson. So I would say you are up there with the big boys! Keep on writing!--J&D BritishJournal. 

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