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A Birmingham Backstreet Boyhood by Graham V. Twist

A Birmingham Backstreet Boyhood


A Birmingham Backstreet Boyhood by Graham V. Twist

A Birmingham Backstreet Boyhood is an honest and unsentimental recollection of the experience of growing up in the slums of Nechells and Aston during the wartime years.

About the Author

Graham Twist was born in a back-to-back in Nechells and was brought up in and around that area. He has confirmation from local radio personality Dr Carl Chinn to write the foreword. He will also interview Graham on his radio show once the book is out and do all he can to publicise it for us.

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Book Info

Publication date

14th July 2008


Graham V. Twist

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The History Press Ltd


128 pages


Autobiography: general
Local history



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