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Lie of the Tiger (Windy Mountain Book 2)

by John Martin

Series: Windy Mountain (2)

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Two old men and an Irishman indulge in some secret doggy business in this funny, touching novel.Two old men and an Irishman indulge in some secret doggy business in this funny, touching novel.All they're trying to do is save the ailing Tasmanian Tiger museum -- much against the wishes of The Mayor, who has had things his way for too damn long.Lie of the Tiger is part of the Windy Mountain Tasmanian Tiger series but it has a story all of its own that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.Lie of the Tiger is part of the Windy Mountain Tasmanian Tiger series but it has a story all of its own that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.It has dashes of mystery .. quirky characters ... crime ... touching humour ... and some twists you won't see coming.***** ONE SATISFIED READER SAYS: "Great style of writing which engages and makes the book even more enjoyable. Character based, and likeable characters at that."***** ONE SATISFIED READER SAYS: "Great style of writing which engages and makes the book even more enjoyable. Character based, and likeable characters at that."… (more)
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Lie of the Tiger (Windy Mountain #2) by John Martin is a humorous mystery with some very strange characters and lots of twists. I really enjoyed this crazy story about a couple of old coots that set out to solve a mystery and end up with more that one mystery on their plate. Lots of twists, turns, and humor spiced with bits of fun suspense thrown in to make this a very enjoyable read. It maybe book two but I had no problems reading it as a stand alone. I was given this book to read and the review was voluntary. A fun and enjoyable read. Thanks so much for the offer, it was fun! ( )
  MontzaleeW | Apr 27, 2017 |
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Two old men and an Irishman indulge in some secret doggy business in this funny, touching novel.Two old men and an Irishman indulge in some secret doggy business in this funny, touching novel.All they're trying to do is save the ailing Tasmanian Tiger museum -- much against the wishes of The Mayor, who has had things his way for too damn long.Lie of the Tiger is part of the Windy Mountain Tasmanian Tiger series but it has a story all of its own that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.Lie of the Tiger is part of the Windy Mountain Tasmanian Tiger series but it has a story all of its own that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.It has dashes of mystery .. quirky characters ... crime ... touching humour ... and some twists you won't see coming.***** ONE SATISFIED READER SAYS: "Great style of writing which engages and makes the book even more enjoyable. Character based, and likeable characters at that."***** ONE SATISFIED READER SAYS: "Great style of writing which engages and makes the book even more enjoyable. Character based, and likeable characters at that."

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