Sunderland Barrow Boys, Plodgin’ and Monkey’s Blood - Book by Alan Brett
Part of the popular book series exploring Sunderland's heritage. What is the connection between a singing bricklayer who appeared at the Sunderland Empire and a character in ‘The Godfather’? What did Brechner’s shop in Crowtree Road have to do with space travel in 1962? What is the link between Villa pop, the Garths and television’s ‘Only Fools And Horses’? The answers to all of these can be found in ‘Sunderland – Barrow Boys, Plodgin’ and Monkey’s Blood’ by Alan Brett.
Paperback. 96 pages.