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Cold Feet: The Complete Companion

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Rachel, Jenny, Karen, Adam, Pete, and David. These six people have become like a family to the devoted viewers of Cold Feet. For five glorious years the nation has laughed, cried, mourned, and loved with them, and now it's over. The Cold Feet Companion features information about every single episode, exclusive interviews with the cast and crew, behind-the-scenes facts, ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Andre Deutsch
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Thomas Strömquist
Sep 20, 2015 Thomas Strömquist rated it it was amazing
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The companion book to one of the best TV series ever. The good parts is of course the background and contributions from many of the people involved. Of less interest are the detailed synopsis of each and every episode (with a surprising amount of minor errors and mistakes). But these do not bring the overall impression down.
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Rupert Smith was born in Washington DC in 1960, and grew up in Surrey. He has lived in London since 1978. After graduating with a BA in English, he continued his studies at the University of London and in 1986 completed his PhD in theatre history. He is the author of many novels, under his own name and as James Lear and Rupert James. As a journalist, he has contributed to The Guardian, The ...more
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