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After the runaway success of Nearly Off the Record - the Archives of an Archivist - and encouraged by tweets from President Trump, a government ban in North Korea, and its short-listing for the National Obscurity Prize, Berwick Coates has consented to bow to popular demand and produce this collection of yet more gems from the history of West Buckland School, where he works as the School Archivist.
It is hoped that the subtitle - the Return of the Archivist - will add a welcome touch of swashbuckle and Errol Flynn to its appeal.
It is easier to understand than its predecessor, each entry rarely goes beyond two pages or three syllables, and there are yet more illustrations. It is admirably constructed to be easy to recognise (it looks just like the other one), easy to dip into, and even easier to hurl aside when the interest flags.
Berwick Coates was educated at Kingston Grammar School, and read History at Christ's College, Cambridge. Since then, he has been, as the mood took him, an army officer, author, artist, lecturer, careers adviser, games coach, wince-making (and self-deluding) performer on the banjolele, and teacher of History, English, Latin, General Studies, and Swahili. He has published thirteen books, including two historical novels with Simon and Schuster. He lives in Devon, where he is (still) the Archivist of West Buckland School.