160pp | ISBN 978-1-77140-031-2
$15.95 $12.95 £7.95
Categories: General Interest
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As a new bridge player, Elizabeth Flynn started keeping a blog online about her experiences with the game and the people she met. In this book, through a series of heartwarming and humorous anecdotes, we follow the struggles of a new player learning a complex game. We also encounter some of the remarkable people she has met in the world of bridge and some funny, as well as touching, things that have happened at her local bridge center. The perfect stocking stuffer for any bridge enthusiast, it even includes recipes for some goodies to take along to the next game.
Elizabeth Flynn (Indianapolis) is the writer of the popular ‘Betty’s Bridge Blog’ online. Her work has appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines, including Readers’ Digest, USA Today, and Better Bridge magazine.
What will you make of a bridge book with no bridge? A reader who treats this work as literature will be rewarded. The author’s self-deprecating humor is quite charming. Over a dozen humorous cartoons complement the prevailing light-hearted tone and the sweet bourbon punch sounds… intoxicating.
— The Bridge World Date: 2017-01-05
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