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By: Neil Parker

Twenty Years

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‘If you do read on from here, then I hope at least a few of the stories will make you smile…’

From Neil Parker’s Foreword to Twenty Years

 

Covering the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s, Neil Parker’s workplace stories offer a time capsule of changing attitudes – along with some things that never change. Tales of politics, both office and sexual, jostle with anecdotes about strange colleagues and stranger customers, fast friendships and brief encounters, and the fun to be had both after work and when the manager wasn’t looking.


Told with a captivating honesty and humility, Neil’s revealing memoir shows a sharp eye for his own as well as others’ foibles.

Neil Parker is a child of the 1960s. He has had a long and varied working career for the past 40 years, mostly in Logistics. He is married to his second wife and has two children.

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  • Nicola

    What a great insight to the working life of the general male in Britain during this era. The highs and lows, the pranks and politics were good fun to read about. I started this book Saturday evening and finished it Sunday morning. I found it a really easy and enjoyable read, it reads just as if the author is chatting with you, telling his story to you. I'm dying to read the next instalment...just as soon as it's published!

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