30 November ~ Book reviews from WSC 286 are online now. Harry Pearson assesses For Pete's Sake, The Peter Taylor Story Volume One, written by Taylor's daughter Wendy: "She writes with genuine warmth of a father she feels has for too long been tagged simply as Clough's loyal lieutenant, a kindly older bloke with an eye for a player. This view has taken hold so firmly that I confess I was surprised to learn that Taylor was only half-a-dozen years older than his managerial partner, 26 when the two men first met." There's also the mystery of Alan Gilzean (once rumoured to be living rough in Weston-super-Mare) and Rochdale's escape from the fourth division after 36 years. Savage! The Robbie Savage Autobiography swings from winding everyone up to a painful period of depression.