THE TWO SHEDS REVIEW PRESENTS “WRESTLING PULP FICTION!” – BUY THE BOOK NOW!
Cromer, Norfolk, UK, February 4th 2007
What great detective investigated the attack on “Stone Cold” Steve Austin at the 1999 Survivor Series?
Why did the great and good of the wrestling business gather at a small hotel on the North Norfolk coast?
And why did Two Sheds side with Hulk Hogan and the wrestling legends against Triple H’s Re-Generation X in the United Kingdom Wrestling Alliance?
Find out this, and more, in Wrestling Pulp Fiction, from the man who brought you The Sheds Review!
Julian Radbourne, a native of the British coastal town of Cromer, is regarded as one of Britain’s leading professional wrestling and mixed martial arts writers. His work has been seen on numerous websites and newsletters around the world since 2000, and he has also won several awards, including the A1 Wrestling Newsletter “Columnist of the Year” two years running.
For the first time EVER, you can now buy Julian’s fictional wrestling work in book form, for the princely sum of £4.99, or you can download the book in PDF form for £1.40, by logging onto www.lulu.com/twosheds316.
Also available from the same author – ANGLO-FORCE!
London, 1999: Two warring factions were tearing London apart. Police inspector Paul Solo had a solution to the problem – bringing together Britain’s most powerful heroes as Anglo-Force!
Co-written by Paul Radbourne, Anglo-Force was originally written way back in 1990, and is available to buy for the first time, priced at £4.50, or available via download for £1.27. This book is also available from www.lulu.com/twosheds316.