Lord Pooter writes…

… and publishes.  A warning to book lovers everywhere Lord Pooter’s new novel, “THe Gospel According to Judas” is out next month.  I’m guessing that old CK Stead will be looking forward to loving reviews in comparison.  To celebrate the convicted perjurer (who for some reason paid Monica Coghlan £2,000 in £50 notes in 1986 and who was not guilty of insider dealing in relation to the sale of ANglia shares thirteen years ago last month) gave an interview to a friendly Neil Denny, from The Bookseller.  Pooter writes that it was “a pleasant change” to be interviewed by someone who wanted to talk about the book rather than asking “a series of stereotypical questions” about his past life.  Well done, Mr Denny.

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1 Response to Lord Pooter writes…

  1. pigeonhed says:

    I would hate anyone to think I would accuse Britain’s Greatest Living Author (or is that Martin Amis?) of plagiarism but a quick look on Amazon reveals no less that NINE different books entitled either The Gospel According To Judas (Iscariot) or The Gospel of Judas. The following ought to look closely at Lord Pooter’s groundbreaking work:
    Peter Leighton
    Ray S Anderson
    Robert Page
    Henryk Panas
    Cecil Lewis
    Peter Licht
    Philip Leon
    Simon Mawer (whose book I have actually read, its a reasonable mystery thriller.)
    and the wonderfully named Richard Shining Thunder Francis.

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