Fair Do's by David NobbsFair Do's by David Nobbs

Fair Do's

byDavid Nobbs

Paperback | May 19, 2016

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The classic follow-up to A Bit of A Do, about the comedy of Yorkshire life, told through seven more do's.Life is still a social minefield in this small Yorkshire town. From the opening of a vegetarian restaurant to the inauguration of the Outer Inner Relief Ring Road, join Ted and Liz as they struggle through another series of excruciatingly funny 'do's' in this sequel to A BIT OF A DO.Can Ted find happiness with a waitress, now that he and Liz are no longer an item? Can Liz bring comfort to the grieving Neville, her strangely immaculate second husband?Above all, how will Ted's ex-wife Rita manage as her family becomes more dysfunctional at every function? Can she possibly be as happy as she seems?
David Nobbs's first break as a comedy writer came on the iconic satire show That Was The Week, That Was, hosted by David Frost. Later he wrote for The Frost Report and The Two Ronnies and provided material for many top comedians including Les Dawson, Ken Dodd, Tommy Cooper, Frankie Howerd and Dick Emery. Apart from his twenty novels, D...
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Title:Fair Do'sFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pagesPublished:May 19, 2016Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007505795

ISBN - 13:9780007505791

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Praise for THE FALL AND RISE OF GORDON COPPINGER:'Pitch-perfect comedy, terrific social satire, excellent writing and a regular supply of cracking jokes - this is David Nobbs on superb form.' Daily MailPraise for David Nobbs:'We should be thankful for the continuing brilliance of David Nobbs' Mail on Sunday'A delicious entertainment, as comic and sharp as they come' Guardian'Probably our finest post-war comic novelist' Jonathan Coe