Tag: MancBook Review

Mar 09
‘Manchester holds a strange power and romance’: author Joseph Knox on how the city inspires him

A sharp modern noir introducing troubled junior detective Aidan Waits, Joseph Knox’s…

Nov 22
Manchester’s magnificent Portico Library reveals its hidden treasures

Did you know there is a Grade II listed Greek Revival-style library in the centre of…

Nov 17
“This time next year I’ll be world champion again”, says Anthony Crolla

Manchester’s ‘nice guy’ boxing champion Anthony Crolla is well and…

Aug 22
MancBook Review: The Story of Manchester by Deborah Woodman

The trouble with attempting to tell the story of Manchester from the Roman occupation…

May 30
MancBook Review: Sirens by Joseph Knox

Morrissey could be right. So we’ve taken a leaf out of his book and started our…

May 27
“I believe in Manchester – go and talk to the people and so will you”

‘I believe in Manchester because what really matters in the end is character,…

Mar 29
MancBook Review: Vurt by Jeff Noon

Morrissey could be right. So we’ve taken a leaf out of his book and started our very…

Mar 15
MancBook Review: 1963 A Slice of Bread and Jam by Tommy Rhattigan

In the words of a certain Mancunian: “There’s more to life than books, you know.…