About Chris

Chris Pascoe was born in Amersham, Bucks on 26th April 1966, and has so far only made it seven miles down the road to High Wycombe, Bucks.

Chris has released three books to date. His first two, A Cat Called Birmingham and You Can Take the Cat Out of Slough (described as cat disaster comedies) continue to receive excellent reviews and have been translated worldwide. Both books are available in the shops, online, on Amazon,  on Kindle and...also in some parts of China, though he's never been able to understand why.

His newest release, Death, Destruction and a Packet of Peanuts is the true story of a year long quest to visit all the major battlefields and, particularly, all the nearby major battlefield pubs. Accompanied along the way by a larger than life and generally inebriated friend, he tells the story of one of England's most momentous and bloody periods in a light-hearted and humourous way.

Chris is a regular columnist for the magazines My Weekly and Your Cat. His Confessions of a Cat Sitter column can be found monthly in Your Cat magazine, and the Chris Pascoe's Fun Tales column appears in My Weekly (weekly, funnily enough).






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