Supporting the local bookshop is pretty much out the window now, Amazon are starting to wind down the delivery of non-essentials, but posties have been confirmed as key workers and will maintain operation throughout any lockdown.
So - shall we start with reading recommendations, and moving to a (postal) book swap in the near future when Dominic Cummings decides he’s had enough of distancing?
My last few favourites have been:
The Villain - Jim Perrin (a biography of Don Whillans)
Both of Andy Cave’s autobiographies (Learning to Breathe and Thin White Line)
Higher Ground - Martin Moran
Kiss or Kill - Mark Twight (for those who can tolerate obnoxious American writing it’s a great read)
I’m yet to not enjoy any of Andy Kirkpatrick’s books - but not read Unknown Pleasures yet…!
What’s on everyone else’s list?