John-Paul Flintoff is a feature writer for the Sunday Times, and author of Comp: a Survivor's Tale. As well as writing, he has worked as a bin man, executive PA, scuba diver, taxi driver, undertaker, amateur boxer and rat catcher. He lives in London with his wife, Harriet, and daughter, Nancy, whom he torments by making and wearing his own clothes.
Books by John-Paul Flintoff
Sew Your Own
What happens when a man, dazzled like most of us by hi-tech, happy to have his suits made by robots in New York, sets out to find the meaning of life?…