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  1. says:

    Another book about the Brandon family, somewhere in northern England in the 1960s, sequel to A touch of Daniel Carter and Pat Brandon, after two years of marriage, find that living in a young executive housing estate with architect designed homes isn t all it is cracked up to be Carter s uncle Mort decides to cash in his life savings to buy three allotments, where he goes to liv


  2. says:

    This was another booked loaned to me by my friend Andy, a Manchester native It was like reading another language still English but just barely Thank god I ve spent time in Lancaster and know a bit of the Lancashire vernacular The book is a hoot Full of humor that only the English can pull off The story revolves around Uncle Mort and his impending death only he keeps getting...


  3. says:

    The Brandon books are a comic, often surreal eulogy for a disappearing north and this continues where the first book left off Great writing, with a darker edge to it.


  4. says:

    The occasionally crude, frequently politically incorrect, and consistently hilarious tales of the eccentric Brandon family in England s 1970s industrial north Laced with surreal asides, cynical views of progress, and a love for a simpler if grimy past, this is a wonderful romp Having watched the TV series based on it and its predecessor A Touch of Daniel many years ago, I was hearing the dialogue in


  5. says:

    Classic 70 s northern humour Uncle Mort is one of the best Northern character ever created.Funny sad irreverent and above all not a hint of the PC that has infected even our better writers.


  6. says:

    The follow on from A Touch of Daniel I started it but didn t finish having just read the A Touch of Daniel a bit like eating butterscotch Angel Delight I was feeling a bit sick and craving something substantial and wholesome See full review at


  7. says:

    I doubt we will have another author quite like the late Peter Tinniswood, his unique gentle comedy a delight to read I have all his books and re read them every few years, they never fail to bring a smile to my face.


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