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Barking at Winston

Barry Stone

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Autobiography: general, Prose: non-fiction, Humour

To understand the family who saved him, a dog draws hard upon his extraordinary powers ...

When Bruce, an abandoned collie-cross puppy, is adopted by a lively family, he encounters more affection than ever before in his short life.

With humour and a unique charm, he describes his life with his loving but troubled owners, and offers a sometimes hilarious insight into the world from a dog's point of view. But when the family is threatened, Bruce lends a paw, and uses his canine second sight to guide the family through some difficult times.

Already a sleeper success, Barking At Winston is an authentic and endearing tale of one family and their canine friend.

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Praise for Barking at Winston

  • 'Barry Stone achieves the almost impossible: he writes from the point of view of a dog and makes me care about the canine and the people he comes into contact with. My tail's wagging! - Ian McMillan, Yorkshire poet,broadcaster & comedian.

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