The fourth volume in the celebrated series of stories featuring the bridge-playing monks of St Titus. Vastly entertaining and brilliantly instructive.
The card-play exploits of the monks at St Titus have a special place in bridge literature and their fame has now spread round the world. This collection of highly entertaining and absorbing stories from the monastery includes a further hilarious interlude with the missionary monks and the celebrated bridge-playing parrot in the Bozwambi jungle.
'The fourth volume sees the authors at their best, wickedly funny... The principal feature that makes Reese's and Bird's efforts stand apart, more even than the entertainment factor, is the fact that the hands they use are of genuine interest.' - Bridge Magazine.
David Bird is Britain s top bridge writer, with more than 70 books to his name. He is bridge correspondent for the Mail on Sunday and the Evening Standard and contributes regularly to bridge magazines around the world. He is best known for his humorous bridge fiction, featuring the pompous Abbot of the St Titus Monastery. As a player, he is a Grandmaster and has won thirteen national championships.