Thomas W. Hodgkinson

A guide to marriage, moving and fatherhood – and also not a bad tool with which to beat your solicitor to death

A review of How to be a husband, by Tim Dowling. There’s only one joke in this 300-page book – that Dowling’s a terrible husband – but it’s a corker

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