The soapbox

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  • Published 20080603
  • ISBN: 9780733322815
  • Extent: 272 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

(For Bruce Murray)

WARWICK LOVED HIS soapbox because standing on it he’d become the centre of attention for once, especially when he convinced his friends to come around and listen between games of cricket down the front drive. They didn’t seem to understand much of what he said, but they were politely amused for time enough to have a lunch break.

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