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The Hog takes to Precision

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: Victor Mollo
      Mark Horton (ed.)

202pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-897106-66-2

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $21.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £13.95

Categories: Bridge Humor | Bridge Fiction

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About the Book

Just about every bridge player in the world has read Victor Mollo’s Bridge in the Menagerie, a book that is on any list of the all-time top ten on the game. Towards the end of his life, Mollo continued to write stories about the same well-loved characters (the Hideous Hog, the Rueful Rabbit, Oscar the Owl, and the rest), but some appeared only in the pages of obscure magazines, while others were never published. Now, for the first time, these lost Menagerie gems are available collected in book form. Victor Mollo is everyone’s favorite bridge humorist, and a genuinely new book from him will be greeted as something to be treasured.

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About the Author

Victor Mollo

The late Victor Mollo (London, UK) is one of the best-loved authors ever to write about bridge. He penned many excellent how-to books on the game (including Card Play Technique, with Nico Gardner) but it is as a humorist, and the author of Bridge in the Menagerie and its sequels, that he is best remembered.

 

Mark Horton

Mark Horton (born 1950) is a British author, journalist and expert on bridge, as well as a former lawyer and chess champion. He was editor of Bridge Magazine from 1995-2017 and is now the owner and editor of A New Bridge Magazine as well as being Chief Editor to the World Bridge Federation and the European Bridge League . He currently lives in Sutton Benger in the UK with his wife Liz.

 

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Critics’ Viewpoint

A welcome addition to the Menagerie series, and will be enjoyed by all who like humor mixed with their bridge.

— BRIDGE Magazine    Date: 2011-11-10

The Hog\'s conversion to Precision opens for him, therefore also for the reader, completely new dimensions. Nobody should permit himself to miss these stories.

— IMP magazine    Date: 2011-10-20

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