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Stairlift to Heaven by Terry Ravenscroft
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Stairlift to Heaven

by Terry Ravenscroft

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Stairlift to Heaven (The journal of an OAP.) Although this book is written by an old age pensioner, non-coffin dodgers should not be put off. Everyone will be old someday, and there are valuable lessons in coping with old age to be learned here. Written by Terry Ravenscroft, former scriptwriter to Les Dawson, The Two Ronnies, Morecambe and Wise. Stairlift to Heaven has been likened by one reviewer to be 'Like Last of the Summer Wine on cocaine' Review by Pauline R for Readers Favorite. Stairlift to Heaven is an irreverent, hilarious look about one man's life after retirement. He pokes fun at everything, no one and nothing is spared including how to silence the neighbour's barking dog, telephone salespeople and Christmas carolers. His long suffering wife, known as 'The Trouble', provides a perfect foil of sanity against the mad antics of the author and his friend Atkins. Like a grumpy old man on funny pills Terry punctures the ridiculousness of life. A particular favorite is a visit to a faith healer and an examination of the concept of a Nuclear Free Zone. There is enough in Stairlift to Heaven to keep the whole world laughing.… (more)

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