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Old 14th April 2009, 14:01   #1
tomclare
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Default Forever a Babe

'Forever a Babe' is the story of my early years, growing up alongside the emergence of the 'Busby Babes'. It tells of my early years growing up in inner city Manchester just after WWII, and how I came to fall in love with Manchester United Football club. The story relates the rise of the 'Babes' and ultimately of their tragedy. The book took me over 3 years to complete and will be available from April 21st.

ISBN 978-1-60145-781-3

For people in North America it can be obtained from:

http://www.booklocker.com/books/3949.html

For UK it can be ordered from W.H. Smith, Waterstones, etc plus Amazon.co.uk
http://www.joinmust.org/amazon/1601457812
(This link earns MUST a small commission)
For the rest of the world it can be obtained from Amazon.com.

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