Aaaargh! Press is proud to announce the publication of Playing Possum by Kevin Davey, an unashamedly modernist mix of shocking thriller and reportage. It captures a moment in the history of the north Kent coast that almost happened.
An American poet spends a night in Whitstable’s Duke
of Cumberland Hotel in 1922. He is followed there 90 years later.
Paul Anderson writes:
The second paperback edition of Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey has sold out — so we’re printing more (revised again) for the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution. It will be available from Amazon here for just £9.99.
Apologies to everyone we’ve been unable to supply with the book: it’s my fault, because I’ve been very busy with work. But I caught up with Aaaargh!stuff over the Xmas holiday, and we’re now on track for putting out at least four new titles plus some new editions this year. We’ve even fixed this website’s faulty spam protection…
We’ve sold out of the second paperback edition of Moscow Gold: The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey. Sorry, folks! You can still get the first ebook edition. We’ll be doing a reprint (with updates) to appear in 2017 … 100 years after the Bolshevik revolution.
There’s a new edition of Moscow Gold: The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey out in the next couple of weeks. For a taste, see the new conclusion on the Little Atoms website here.
The paperback of Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey is now available from Amazon here for just £9.99.
The paperback includes comprehensive footnotes and an index, neither of which appear in the Kindle e-book. Buy one or more today and make everyone at Aaaargh! Press very happy.