If you've never seen an Eddie Stobart truck, you've never driven down a British motorway. This is the story of a multi-million pound business that spawned a middle-class motorway game. It details dynastic struggles that ended in a merchandising shop opposite Carlisle Cathedral and the entrepreneurial spirit that built the biggest road haulage business in Britain.
Hunter Davies is a broadcaster and is the author of over thirty books, many of them seminal best-sellers. He is ex-editor of the Sunday Times Magazine and now writes for The Independent, the Mail and the Standard. He is married to the novelist and biographer Margaret Forster.