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by Phil Sparrowhawk

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Author: Phil Sparrowhawk
ISBN: 1840187069
Language: English
Pages: 224 pages
Category: True Crime
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing (September 24, 2003)
Rating: 4.1
Formats: lrf docx azw txt
FB2 size: 1320 kb | EPUB size: 1131 kb | DJVU size: 1991 kb

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Grass is the incredible story of Phil Sparrowhawk, a working-class boy with gambling in his blood. Average delivery time of 7-10 days to USA. Book is in very good condition - 100% money back guarantee if customers are not satisfied. He enjoyed an incredible run of luck.

Phil Sparrowhawk, Martin King, Martin Knight. Grass is the incredible story of Phil Sparrowhawk, a working-class boy with gambling in his blood. Like most punters, he enjoyed an incredible run of luck, but finally rolled the dice once too often. Coming from a family of bookmakers, he wanted to strike out on his own and before he had come of age he had accumulated a small fortune from street trading.

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Sparrowhawk co-wrote Grass, published in 2004, partly about his large-scale .

Sparrowhawk co-wrote Grass, published in 2004, partly about his large-scale cannabis dealing from Thailand that led to him being jailed, with a forward by Marks. He claims Marks introduced him to the world of drug smuggling before his arrest by the US Drug Enforcement Agency in the 1980s. In the book Sparrowhawk claims he once was second only to Howard Marks on the DEA's list of targets. He enjoyed an incredible run of luck, but finally rolled the dice once too often.