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About the author


Martin Cooper was born in the south of England in 1950. He read English at Oxford, where he met JRR Tolkien but unaccountably missed Bill Clinton. He worked for the BBC for a number of years, then became Technical Director of Teletext Ltd, the company which provided text services on ITV and Channel 4. Nowadays he lives and works in Dorset. Writing credits include reviews for Time Out, comedy material for The Two Ronnies (yes, those news items) and short stories in The London Evening News and Ambit Magazine. He holds the record for the smallest royalty ever paid to a BBC comedy writer: nine pence, shared with a colleague. His first novel, Cold Hillside, is available from all good ebooksellers.
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Dandelion Sky
by Martin Cooper

Overview


Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real.
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Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real. What the book bloggers had to say about Martin Cooper’s novel 'Cold Hillside': 'Sometimes I'll read a book and think, "I wish I could write that well." Cold Hillside is one of those books' - Good Book Alert 'Cold Hillside is the kind of book that demonstrates just why self publishing is beginning to really take off' - Agrippina Legit 'A crime novel with literary style' - Booked Up
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Overview


Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real.

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Description


Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real. What the book bloggers had to say about Martin Cooper’s novel 'Cold Hillside': 'Sometimes I'll read a book and think, "I wish I could write that well." Cold Hillside is one of those books' - Good Book Alert 'Cold Hillside is the kind of book that demonstrates just why self publishing is beginning to really take off' - Agrippina Legit 'A crime novel with literary style' - Booked Up

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Short Stories (single author)

Language:English

Pages:150

eBook ISBN:9781618428165


Overview


Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real.

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Description


Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, Artist, dreamer, psychopath, fool. Everybody has illusions. Fifteen stories about the difference between the world in your head and the real world outside. If it is real. What the book bloggers had to say about Martin Cooper’s novel 'Cold Hillside': 'Sometimes I'll read a book and think, "I wish I could write that well." Cold Hillside is one of those books' - Good Book Alert 'Cold Hillside is the kind of book that demonstrates just why self publishing is beginning to really take off' - Agrippina Legit 'A crime novel with literary style' - Booked Up

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About the author


Martin Cooper was born in the south of England in 1950. He read English at Oxford, where he met JRR Tolkien but unaccountably missed Bill Clinton. He worked for the BBC for a number of years, then became Technical Director of Teletext Ltd, the company which provided text services on ITV and Channel 4. Nowadays he lives and works in Dorset. Writing credits include reviews for Time Out, comedy material for The Two Ronnies (yes, those news items) and short stories in The London Evening News and Ambit Magazine. He holds the record for the smallest royalty ever paid to a BBC comedy writer: nine pence, shared with a colleague. His first novel, Cold Hillside, is available from all good ebooksellers.

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