Never-Ending Book Quiz
When I was a young lad twenty or thirty or forty years ago I lived in a small town where they were all after me on account of what I done on Mrs Nugent. I was hiding out by the river in a hole under a tangle of briars. It was a hide me and Joe made. Death to all dogs who enter here, we said. Except us of course.
You could see plenty from the inside but no one could see you. Weeds and driftwood and everything floating downstream under the dark archway of the bridge. Sailing away to Timbuctoo. Good luck now weeds, I said.
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Choose the correct answer:Mother London, Michael Moorcock Under the Net, Iris Murdoch Titus Groan, Mervyn Peake The Butcher Boy, Patrick McCabe
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