The Missing Links Of Tannadee

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Book 2 of The Tannadee Series
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Pub Date Jun 28 2024 | Archive Date Jul 07 2024

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Aiming to be a clan chief is easy when you have the right credentials. It’s a bit more tricky when you haven’t any. But lack of proof need be no barrier when you’re absolutely brimming with all the right stuff to make a great chief. At least that’s the theory according to billionaire, ego-maniac, Gordon Weever.

No one is going to get in Weever’s way. And just to make sure, he hires a pair of crooks to see off his rival. The crooks though have problems of their own, and only a little dog can help them. They need to get their hands on that dog, and an increasingly desperate Weever needs to get his hands on something that passes for real credentials.

Standing in their way is a plucky band of villagers who are out to thwart them both.

Aiming to be a clan chief is easy when you have the right credentials. It’s a bit more tricky when you haven’t any. But lack of proof need be no barrier when you’re absolutely brimming with all the...


A Note From the Publisher

For most of his professional life Maurice Gray was a sportsturf agronomist advising venues ranging from the renowned to the very humble. Before that, he was a biology teacher in Zambia and Scotland, and was once a prize-winning sprinter on the amateur Highland Games circuit. Now retired, he is based in Perth.

For most of his professional life Maurice Gray was a sportsturf agronomist advising venues ranging from the renowned to the very humble. Before that, he was a biology teacher in Zambia and Scotland...


Advance Praise

Praise for Tannadee (2020)

"A marvellously entertaining book full of fun and inventiveness." - Amazon

"A fine comic novel." - Amazon

"This is a superbly entertaining read and a light-hearted tract for our times. Characters are deftly drawn and the story bounds along at pace. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for something to make them smile and smile again." - Amazon

"A funny, yet insightful, view of modern day Highland village life." - Amazon

Praise for Tannadee (2020)

"A marvellously entertaining book full of fun and inventiveness." - Amazon

"A fine comic novel." - Amazon

"This is a superbly entertaining read and a light-hearted tract for...


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ISBN 9781805143819
PRICE £9.99 (GBP)
PAGES 288

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The humour is uninhibited and perfectly timed. The burlesque style of storytelling prompts an eccentric cast of characters into their over-the-top vocal and physical antics. It would be a mistake to try to take any of it seriously!
If they were still making silent films the plot here would adapt into slapstick at its finest.
I don't think there has ever been a gathering of the Scottish clans that led to such mayhem as is let loose here.
Just as one recovers from a furious bout of laughter, another crazy situation kicks off...a kidnapped dog...the trouserless firefighters...a hunt for buried treasure...and a football match almost impossible to visualise...it's guaranteed to make you laugh until you cry.

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This book was wonderful! i absolutely adored the main characters, the plot, and the heart griping story. Wonderfully written. I was engulfed from the beginning and couldn't wait to see how the author would end it. Beautiful book

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This was a mystery that grabbed my attention from the very first page. I enjoyed it very much! Pick this one up!

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