A satirical look at Britain’s newest political phenomenon via recipes for fine British fare and unforgivable foreign muck. From writers whose credits include Horrible Histories and Russell Howard’s Good News.
Until now you may never have heard of Paul Bradley, a quiet unassuming gardener from Yorkshire. Paul is a sufferer of Asperger's syndrome which leads to passionate, some would say obsessive, behaviour.
The Kaffir Killer, as its title indicates, is a play about apartheid South Africa. It has been performed on radio by the BBC and on stage to great acclaim in different countries, but has never appeared in book form...