The Empathy Museum presents

“This compelling autobiography explores a childhood obsession with the mystery of water and fishing and draws comparisons with the discipline required later in life for the mysteries of adulthood, duty and faith. Whether the quarry is urban, gangster pike at night in the canal at Kings Cross, public school trout on the hallowed waters of the river Itchen, or IRA sympathisers, undercover, in the murky dangerous waters of Ireland during the "troubles", this haunting book is a strange hidden gem. ”

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Donated by Paul Whitehouse

Blood Knots
Luke Jennings

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