"I'm a charged ashamed of the book I wish I'd in writing but to unreal it's anything adscititious would be to mythologise my own agone"
Author of 'A Stain on the Silence', 'The Scent of Death' and now 'The Silent Boy', Andrew Taylor talks around his love for 'Hurrah for mushy Noddy' by Enid Blyton.
Why would a evildoing and thriller writer majestic specific pastime in a book involving car heists, goblins, Toy town, felony and wrongful arrests?!?
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