Read my mind, the memphis 68 is on my list already, my absolute favourite type of music, will check the other 2 out, cheers.Detroit 67, Memphis 68 and Harlem 69 by Stuart Cosgrove. A top notch trilogy.
A brilliant read as is Operation Mincemeat by the same man.Agent Zigzag by Ben Macintyre. It's the story of a Burnopfield born, Sunderland raised WWII double agent and general scallywag.
Not sure I'd say it was amusing but 'Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World' by Mark Kurlansky is a fascinating read.
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Just been looking into Bill Bryson following the recommendation and looks exactly what I am after
'surely you're joking mr feynman' ticks both the boxes, if you like science its a bonus...
A mad scientist in the best sense, really enjoyed that book. Particularly remember the story about the safes at the Manhatten Project