A Dog Called Boris

A Dog Called Boris

P.D. Innes

Paperback

A gripping tale. But the book's more than just a good read. From public schools and politicians to the Royal Family, it's a joyous send-up of Britain's Establishment.

  • New title
  • ISBN 9781800420540
  • Published Feb 2021
  • Paperback
    229 x 152mm (288 pages)

£11.99

Boris is a mop-haired spaniel with views (which he's rarely slow to express); Rory is the thinking dog's man. Rory has arrived in London and needs a job. Boris doubts he'll find one.

Wrong. Along comes Barney, the billionaire from Queensland. But what's Barney's real game? Certainly, it's subtle. Will Boris - or Rory - be able to thwart him? If they do, how will Barney react? Remember: he's Australian.

Then there's Rory's love life: the dating site hardly plain sailing. There is, though, Greta, his landlady's sister. How very concerned she is when he gets that horrid injury...

It's a bumpy ride for Boris on the love front too. He's met the beautiful mop-haired Elodie, but will they get it together? Elodie's owner seems to want them to. She's the French screen sensation Gabrielle Chantal.

It all comes to a head on a rainswept moor in Scotland. There...a hut. And a gallows.

A gripping tale. But the book's more than just a good read. From public schools and politicians to the Royal Family, it's a joyous send-up of Britain's Establishment.

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