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Martin Buckley's prose is at times hilarious and at others droll and scathing. You will not be disappointed by this fantastic book. You MAY however be disappointed by the quality of the book. My wife purchased the book for my birthday (the perfect gift!) and we were slightly confused when we opened it for the first time. My copy arrived with chapter five bound upside down and backwards!
These stories combine tragedy, comedy, and the just plain bizarre, but all make fascinating and entertaining reading.
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ISBN 10: 0760316872 ISBN 13: 9780760316870. Publisher: Motorbooks, 2003.
America Star Books, formerly PublishAmerica, is a Maryland-based print-on-demand book publisher founded in 1999 by Lawrence Alvin "Larry" Clopper III and Willem Meiners. Some writers and authors' advocates have accused the company of being a vanity press while representing itself as a "traditional publisher". It changed its name in 2014, and since 2017 it has stopped accepting new authors.
In Infamy, the story of this appalling chapter in American history is told more powerfully than ever before. Acclaimed historian Richard Reeves has interviewed survivors, read numerous private letters and memoirs, and combed through archives to deliver a sweeping narrative of this atrocity.
Martin Buckley Fiat 130 Coupe and Salon Club. Itching to use a ‘proper’ car after months of reliable but somewhat dreary Mercedes W124 estate winter motoring, I exhumed the NSU from the shed late in March for two trips to London
Martin Buckley Fiat 130 Coupe and Salon Club. Itching to use a ‘proper’ car after months of reliable but somewhat dreary Mercedes W124 estate winter motoring, I exhumed the NSU from the shed late in March for two trips to London. Actually, this wasn’t its first 2019 outing because I took FAR 666K out on a sunny Sunday in February to photograph it near Colesbourne in the Cotswolds.