All that Thomas Horace Whitmer wants to do with the rest of his life is satta on Shacklewell Green. Born in the village of the shackled well in 1950 and living along the busy Pentonville Road in Islington for more than 40 years,Tom still visits the old village green on a regular basis, thinking hard & smoking furiously.

Up The Dreary Slope

Fictional characters mingle with real people in this novel as Thomas Horace Whitmer, writer and proofreader for the music weekly SCUM, a publication of the Society for the Conservation of Underground Music, reminisces on rock and reggae musicians, as well as other interesting characters he has meet over the past fifty years living in the London boroughs of Islington and Hackney

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