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David Bennun

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Born in Swindon in 1968, Dave Bennun's family moved to Africa in 1971. They lived there for the next 16 years. Since coming to the UK and 'studying' at the University of Sussex he has worked at Melody Maker and Loaded. He's now freelance and writes for The Guardian, Observer, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Telegraph and GQ as well as co-writing three series of the successful BBC TV show Clarkson.

Books by David Bennun

British As A Second Language

A laugh-out-loud look at British life through the eyes of 'one of the country's funniest writers' (The Guardian)

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Tick Bite Fever

'Matchlessly witty-one of the country's funniest writers.' Steven Poole, The Guardian

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