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By: Graham Willis

Memoirs of a Removal Man

Pages: 152 Ratings: 5.0
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Moving houses has been likened to death and divorce in the list of most stressful experiences. Graham Willis delves into his diaries for funny, horrendous and sometimes heartbreaking stories of moving home over the last 30 years. Memoirs of a Removal Man is a tribute to all the hardworking men and women he has worked with and is a must-read for everyone who has ever moved home. 

Graham Willis was born in 1961 and lives in London with his wife, Sheila, and their son, Kylam. He has worked in the removals and storage business for 30 years which was originally started by his family in 1930. This is his first book and is a tribute to all the family and friends who have supported him through the years, especially his mum and dad.

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  • Steve Jordan, Editor 'The Mover' Magazine

    Congratulations on your achievement which serves as a tribute to your Dad as well as interesting social history, together with enjoyable and fascinating anecdotes. Well done.

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