Blair's "Journey" – To The Crime And Fantasy Shelves

Abby Zimet

Tony Blair a Journey: Blair memoirs in fantasy land

Poor Tony Blair. First, he had to cancel a big book signing in London after he got pelted with eggs and shoes in Dublin by Iraq War protesters. Now his shiny new autobiography
is turning up where his critics think it belongs - in True Crime and
Dark Fantasy sections of bookstores. Credit a
now-10,000-member Facebook group headed by Euan Booth, who sees the
campaign as a non-violent action against "our generation's greatest war
criminal." Here.

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