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I Rest My Case...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)
  • I Rest My Case...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)

I Rest My Case...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)

Hardback Published: 01/10/2011
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The third book in the bestselling and hilarious series of 'Am I Alone ...?' books From bin Laden to Pippa Middleton's bottom, and from riots to Rebekah Wade, Telegraph readers offer their maverick and hilarious take on the year's events, in the letters the paper didn't publish, because they were just too off-the-wall, too outrageous, or too waggish for an august Letters page. The first two volumes of unpublished letters to the Daily Telegraph, Am I Alone in Thinking? and I Could Go On ...have both been Christmas bestsellers, and sold well in excess of 100,000 copies. Once again, it will be an essential Christmas present to give or to receive. SIR - A question for your male readers: which would you rather be invited to - the Royal wedding, or one of Silvio Berlusconi's bunga bunga parties? SIR - All these years I have lived under the impression that Middleton Bottom was a rural west-country village. SIR - It is a pity Osama bin Laden was not taken alive. He could have been sentenced to go through airport security for the rest of his life. SIR - May I suggest that if the police are to use water cannon to disperse rioting students, they include some soap in the tank? SIR - Is a super-injunction the morning-after pill for celebrities?

Publisher: Aurum Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781845136901

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