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The first three months of 2021 were tragic times for some and interminably tedious for those fortunate enough to avoid the virus and its lethal consequences. Chris Arnot spent long hours of those miserable months writing his thirteenth book. The final chapter was finished on April 1st. Which may make foolish his fears for the future of the British pub as a treasured institution.

The book includes many coloured pictures of Chris Arnot’s favourite pubs.

It is much more than the story of a great rugby club. It is a rich journey into the spirit of the game of rugby, the great characters who wore the blue and white hoops, the passion of its supporters, love for this club and this city, told with an easy style and the good humour that has characterised both of them through their long histories of triumph and disaster.

And who better to author this than Steve "Scribble" Evans, who spent so much time in the stands (and in the bars, it seems) recording at least the printable events as they unfolded for the readers of the Coventry Evening Telegraph.

This book lifts the lid on the life and professional challenges of a newspaper editor, from the decision to unmask a popular priest as a serial paedophile, to fiery confrontations with household-name football managers. Neil rose from rookie reporter to the top of the editorial tree in an era of tumultuous change for the news industry. His memoir is packed with amusing anecdotes and the cavalcade of colourful characters he encountered in 45 action-packed years as a journalist.

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The authors have combined their experiences to produce another series of poems that are brutally honest and get right to the core of these complex issues. They make it quite clear that there are no simple solutions in this arena of healthcare.

They have taken a rather different approach with this final volume in the trilogy by deviating into a treatise trying to explain therapeutic approaches to addiction. At the same time, they attempt to show its use as a very loose template for supporting people with other mental health issues.