A Card For The Clubs

' I have been a club comedian for eight years now ... I 'm thirty-two years old, inclined to be fat and my material is so old it 's a wonder I do n't pay death duties on my script.'

Sez Les Dawson in his second novels, a bitingly funny book that follows the career of comedian Pete Warde through the grinding round of the club circuit to the popularity of the London Palladium and back again. A bitter-sweet account of a comic career, Les Dawson 's first nove is a splendi one for one of Englan 's most popular comedians.
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Published 1977 by W. H. Allen & Co. Ltd. (first published 1974
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144

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