John Crace (writer)

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John Crace (/ˈkrs/ KRAYSS) is a British journalist and critic. Crace is the author of the "Digested Read" column in The Guardian, and is the newspaper's parliamentary sketch writer.[1] He is a supporter of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. and has written several books on the club. He blogs for ESPN FC on Tottenham.[2] Crace is uneasy about Brexit and feels Theresa May was less than reassuring.[3]

Writing about Patrick Melrose in The Guardian, Crace described his history of heroin addiction.[4]

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  • Wasim and Waqar: Imran's Inheritors (1992)
  • The Digested Read (2005)
  • Vertigo: Spurs, Bale and One Fan's Fear of Success (2011)
  • Brideshead Abbreviated: The Digested Read of the Twentieth Century (2012)
  • Harry's Games: Inside the Mind of Harry Redknapp (2013)
  • The Digested Twenty-first Century (2014)
  • I, Maybot: The Rise and Fall. Guardian Faber Publishing. 2 November 2017. ISBN 978-1783351435. 

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