The Abbot’s Great Sacrifice by David Bird
The Abbot’s Great Sacrifice by David Bird is the eighth collection of stories featuring the bridge-crazy monks of St Titus. The pompous and self-important Abbot suffers more than his fair share of the game’s aggravations. The world’s worst house guest, Brother Herman from Australia, pays the monastery a visit. A team of attractive girls arrives at St Titus, playing unexpectedly well and unsettling the monastery novices. A disastrous start sends the Abbot to the bottom row of a Swiss Teams, where he receives unwelcome advice from Josie Threlfall, a local teacher of the game.
About the Author
David Bird is recognised internationally as the leading writer of humorous bridge fiction and his many followers can look forward to another top-class mixture of exhilarating bridge and true-to-life characterisation and dialogue. In the same series as Divine Intervention, Unholy Tricks, Miracles of Card Play and Heavenly Contracts.
Paperback. 143 pages.