Diaries and Memoirs
Diary of a Disgruntled Man
A subtle book for the sophisticated and discerning reader looking for irony and political incorrectness salted with occasional enlightenment and a peek into some other poor devil's daily burdens.The hardback edition is also useful for propping open doors. Sadly this facility is not available with the ebook."The Diary of a Disgruntled Man is the first of Vernon Coleman's series of diaries - for the year 2011. Please do NOT buy this book expecting it to be like the Bilbury books etc. (Other diaries include `Just Another Bloody Year', 'Bugger off and Leave Me Alone' ,'The Return of the Disgruntled Man', 'Life on the Edge' and 'The Game's Afoot').This is a book for the politically incorrect who question and laugh at the absurdities of modern life and who have little respect for those who rule our lives without a passing nod in the direction of democracy and justice. The Diary of a Disgruntled Man is wild, original, tough, revealing, laugh out loud funny, heart breakingly sad and always painfully honest. It is unsuitable for the overly sensitive and politically correct.The revealing flashbacks about Vernon's life as a GP, police surgeon, television presenter, best-selling author, newspaper columnist and publisher make it the closest thing Vernon will ever write to an autobiography. But it is more than an autobiography; it is a social commentary in the tradition of Samuel Pepys and in the tradition of Pepys it is gloriously indiscreet and rather rude.
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Just Another Bloody Year
Unsuitable for the overly sensitive and the politically correct.This book contains no fats, saturated or otherwise. It is not a toy and is unsuitable for children under three years if age. It may contain nuts. May have been written in a building where salt, mustard, ketchup and other condiments are used. Passages written when the author was under stress, upset or well tinctured may contain grammatical errors. This book has not been approved by the European Union for reading in public or private places and readers who do so do so at their own risk.
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Bugger off and leave me alone
Bugger Off And Leave Me Alone is the third of Vernon Coleman's six diaries. This is NOT a Bilbury book or anything like it. (The first two book the series are Diary of a Disgruntled Man and Just Another Bloody Year and the fourth is The Return of the Disgruntled Man. The fifth is 'Life on the Edge'. The sixth is The Rantings of a Maddened Englishman.' Full of dry humour and irony. None of these books are suitable for the bigoted , the humourless, the overly sensitive or the earnestly politically correct. A book for those who question and laugh at the absurdities of modern life and have little respect for those who rule our lives without so much as a nod in the direction of democracy and justice.
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The Return of the Disgruntled Man
A book for the politically incorrect who can question and laugh at the absurdities of modern life.
Warning:This book contains considerable quantities of irony and English humour, and some readers may be allergic to the contents.
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Life on the Edge
The fifth book in Vernon Coleman's bestselling series of diaries. Not for the faint hearted or the politically correct. Nothing like the Bilbury books. The first four titles are: Diary of a Disgruntled Man, Just Another Bloody Year, Bugger off and Leave Me Alone and Return of the Disgruntled Man. The sixth in the series is 'The Game's Afoot'.' Definitely not recommended to those who found the others in the series too rich for their taste.
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The Games Afoot
The 6th volume of Vernon Coleman's diaries. Nothing like the Bilbury books. Contains nothing whatsoever about Gloucester Cathedral, embroidery or train spotting. Unsuitable for the politically correct. Strange things happen in the Coleman household. If anything unusual can happen it probably will. The Game's Afoot contains an unbelievable but true saga of what happened when they tried to sell their apartment in Paris and were forced to accept a buyer who couldn't even find the money for the deposit. Read why Vernon paid £2,500 to have the grass cut and sold a car for little more than half price. Vernon explains why we should declare war on the EU - and why we would win in days. He also explains why he thinks everyone would benefit if the McCanns were taken to court. All predictions are as they were made on the day of the diary - even if they now look stupid.
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Tickety Tonk is another irreverent, politically incorrect look at life through Vernon Coleman's eyes. This is the 7th diary in the series.
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Memories Volume 1
Vernon Coleman's first volume of autobiography. “Memories” is a mixture of recollections, anecdotes, confessions, personal impressions, experiences, feelings and regrets.
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Memories Volume 2
The second volume of Vernon Coleman's reminiscences - contains anecdotes, memories, confessions and true stories from his life as an author and a doctor.
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Memories Volume 3
The third volume of Vernon Coleman's memories - a series of thoughts and stories and anecdotes from his life.
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