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May we present - David Charnick?
Behind the Curtains By David Charnick
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This collection of stories explores the wide variety of human nature revealed when we discover what happens behind the curtains. What might at first glance seem like quite ordinary people have... More > curious and strange experiences, and no-one knows the stories hidden behind domestic door fronts.< Less
Behind the Curtains By David Charnick
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This collection of stories explores the wide variety of human nature revealed when we discover what happens behind the curtains. What might at first glance seem like quite ordinary people have... More > curious and strange experiences, and no-one knows the stories hidden behind domestic door fronts.< Less
Death and the City By David Charnick
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What happens when put-upon prostitutes and workhouse inmates take revenge, or when a royal corpse goes walkabout? Why do the dead call to us, and who are they anyway? These twelve stories, written... More > by a life-long Londoner, introduce us to the dead of London. We hear their voices, and through them we understand our place within the ongoing narrative of history. Just as we remember them, so one day we will be remembered. The author draws on London's folk history, each story being based on a place or institution which has been part of the local history he has learned since childhood. As such, each one bears a ring of authenticity, both in its historical detail and in its place in London's story.< Less
Death and the City By David Charnick
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What happens when put-upon prostitutes and workhouse inmates take revenge, or when a royal corpse goes walkabout? Why do the dead call to us, and who are they anyway? These twelve stories, written... More > by a life-long Londoner, introduce us to the dead of London. We hear their voices, and through them we understand our place within the ongoing narrative of history. Just as we remember them, so one day we will be remembered. The author draws on London's folk history, each story being based on a place or institution which has been part of the local history he has learned since childhood. As such, each one bears a ring of authenticity, both in its historical detail and in its place in London's story.< Less