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Nicholas Blincoe is an English author, critic and screenwriter. He is the author of six novels, Acid Casuals (1995), Jello Salad (1997), Manchester Slingback (1998), The Dope Priest (1999), White Mice (2002), Burning Paris (2004)
Nicholas Blincoe is an English author, critic and screenwriter. He is the author of six novels, Acid Casuals (1995), Jello Salad (1997), Manchester Slingback (1998), The Dope Priest (1999), White Mice (2002), Burning Paris (2004).
The Dope Priest book. Blincoe released a Hip-Hop record on Manchester's Factory Records in 1987 and his subsequent relationship with Factory records and the nightclub The Haçienda informed his early work. David Preston is the Dope Priest and he has a headache . In 1995, Blincoe married the Bethlehem Palestinian film-maker Leila Sansour, director of the documentary Jeremy Hardy vs The Israeli Army (2003). Blincoe has written for British radio and television, including episodes of the BBC TV series Waking The Dead and Channel 4's Goldplated.
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The Dope Priest is David, an ex-drug smuggler who has spent fifteen years on the run. He comes to Palestine to help an old friend, Tony, with an illegal real estate deal. Events twist and turn until no one is sure who is in control. The humour is black and sharp and the story is bizarre, however the picture it gives of life in Palestine rings true. Find similar books Profile.
By (author) Nicholas Blincoe. Nicholas Blincoe is the author of the modern classic, Acid Casuals, and the award winning best seller, Manchester Slingback show more. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
David Preston is the Dope Priest. Used availability for Nicholas Blincoe's The Dope Priest. If you have smuggled drugs out of war zones, you're not going to worry about a spot of illegal land trading between the Palestinians and Israelis. But David never planned on amorous nuns, kosher egg racketeers and the might of the Israeli secret housing service. Praise for this book.
Nicholas Blincoe can be an British writer, critic and screenwriter. Blincoe was created in Rochdale, Lancashire in 1965. He’s the writer of six books, Acid solution Casuals (1995), Jello Salad (1997), Manchester Slingback (1998), The Dope Priest (1999), Light Mice (2002), Burning up Paris (2004). After briefly learning artwork at Middlesex Polytechnic he went to the School of Warwick where he examined Philosophy, attaining a PhD in 1993. The thesis was entitled Despair and Economics.
The Dope Priest (1999) and his most recent novel, Burning Paris (2004) . He lives in London and Bethlehem.
The Dope Priest (1999) and his most recent novel, Burning Paris (2004), reflect life in Palestine, where he has a second home with his Palestinian-born wife. Also a critic and journalist, Nicholas Blincoe wrote a column for the Daily Telegraph until 2006. He has been writing regularly for The Guardian since 2007. Peace Under Fire: Israel, Palestine and the International Solidarity.