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Devon is the only county in England with two separate coasts, north and south. It is the latter that is perhaps better known and more ...More
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Borehamwood, Hertfordshire

Review of Borehamwood by jason cook on August 28th, 2007
Hi Just thought i would let you know about my book as it touches very much in the topic of the media in our communities Many thanks to Geraldine Blount Of the Hertfordshire Magazine Who in the June addition took the time to read and review my book for the magazine page 164 This is what Geraldine Had to say about it. Thereís no room for Jugglers in my Circus JASON Cook, from Borehamwood was Every motherís nightmare, a bored Teenager with no direction but a lust for money and excitement. His distaste for a Life of hard work, witch his parents had, And a sizeable drug habit led to his Involvement with gangsters, violence, And cocaine-filled days. Ultimately he realised the precarious and meaningless Nature of this life and that his parents Were happy and he was not. During a spell in prison, Jason, who is Dyslexic, began writing and since his Release has admirably gone on to create a New and legitimate life for himself. This book exposes the unglamorous World of someone whose life is dominated By drug addiction and the shady activities That funds such a habit. This book could help fight against drugs and gun crime and gansterisem in our communities. Kind regards Jason Cook Drugs worker) Author of There's No Room For Jugglers In My Circus Available at www.amazon.co.uk www.myspace.com/thejugglerscircus Acting in Clubbing to death and Ten Dead men Iím on 1.14 on the trailer worth a look. http://www.ifilm.com/video/2847137

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