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Be amazed by The Great Butlins Holiday Camp Knobbly Knees scandal of 1955
Be stunned by the true story behind Dennis’s courageous attempt on the World Mile record
and prepare to be horrified by the revelations of what really happened to the
Victor Sylvester Midlands Tour of 1956 souvenir Y-fronts.
all this and more in THE DENNIS BISSKIT ADVENTURES
THE DENNIS BISSKIT
a novel by STEPHEN AINLEY
He was quite happy in Dudley. How did he come to end up in the middle of Africa.
Set in the 1950’s and 60’s in England. The hilarious story of a young boy’s growing up years. Dennis Bisskit is game for anything, but when his exploits lead to disaster, something, or someone, usually steps in to save the day.
With the best of intentions, whether accompanying his granddad to France, cleaning windows for bob-a-job, or attempting to beat the world record for running the mile, fate gets in the way.
As Junior Tea Boy in a department store, a position which may one day lead to the exalted status of Senior Tea Boy, he comes up against the all-powerful Mrs Ricketts. In his next job, as a hotel bellboy, his intervention in the personal life of permanent resident Mr Wellborn leads to a happy reunion.
Dennis’s entry into the army is a classic tale. The memorable Colour Sergeant Plunkett teaches him everything he needs to know about the army and finally makes a man of him.
Hi, I’m Steve
over the years I’ve written many articles, stories, poems etc. thought I’d gradually collect them all together, along with the odd photo and random thoughts, strange or otherwise. Hopefully someone, somewhere will enjoy.. will be adding new stuff.
all articles, stories, poems, etc. copyright of Stephen Ainley.
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