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Review of Turkey Street: Jack and Liam Move to Bodrum by Jack Scott

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Review of Turkey Street: Jack and Liam Move to Bodrum by Jack ScottJack Scott:

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Review of Turkey Street: Jack and Liam Move to Bodrum by Jack ScottOriginally posted on Author Ingrid Hall:

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Jack Scott was born on a British army base in Canterbury, England in 1960 and spent part of his childhood in Malaysia as a ‘forces brat.’ A fondness for men in uniforms quickly developed. At the age of eighteen and determined to dodge further education, he became a shop boy on London’s trendy King’s Road: ‘Days on the tills and nights on the tiles were the best probation for a young gay man about town’. After two carefree years, Jack swapped sales for security and got a proper job with a pension attached. In his late forties, passionately dissatisfied with suburban life and middle management, he and his husband abandoned the sanctuary of liberal London for an uncertain future in Turkey.

Turkey Street, by Jack Scott is at once a charming travel memoir and a smart, sassy commentary on how a small community of expatriates…

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