An autobiography of a Midhurst lad with a Sussex childhood from the mid 1920's to the late 30's. Although poverty and illness marred his young life, the author's sense of mischief and humour shine through this childhood autobiography.A tale about swashbuckling pirates would produce a game requiring a show of sensibly blunt wooden cutlasses. ... Plenty of cheap metal cap guns were toted around after a gangster or western feature: the latter needing also the ... We were both a little bigger and that much stronger than the rest of the kids around us.
|Title||:||A Midhurst Lad|
|Publisher||:||Red'n'Ritten Ltd - 2003|