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Arrow Through the Heart

An Honors eBook

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: David Bird
      illustrated by Marguerite Lihou

ISBN 978-1-77140-157-9

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $18.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £11.95

Categories: General Interest | Honors eBooks | Honors Books | Bridge Fiction

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About the Book

David Birdís third book of Robin Hood bridge stories provides a feast of entertainment for his fans. The 27 stories contain 113 splendid deals and provide the laugh-aloud humor and painless instruction for which the author is renowned.

The cast list features Robin Hood, Maid Marian and the Outlaws ó also their arch-enemies, the Sheriff of Nottingham and his hapless side-kick, Sir Guy of Gisborne ó not to mention a host of nuns, priests, soldiers, ill-smelling serfs, horse traders, bishops, barmaids, young girls and ladies of the court to join in the fun. The deals played are ingenious and the adventures hilarious.

Illustrator Marguerite Lihou is well known for her humorous touch and attention to detail. This is Davidís first book of stories to be illustrated.

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About the Author

David Bird

David Bird (Southampton, UK) is the worldís most prolific bridge writer. A six-time American Bridge Teachersí Association Book of the Year award winner, he has over 135 books to his name. Davidís columns appear regularly in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin, A New Bridge Magazine, English Bridge, Australian Bridge and other periodicals around the world. He is married with a daughter, a son and two grandchildren.

 

Marguerite Lihou

Marguerite Lihou is an illustrator based in Bristol, UK and is also a bridge player. In her work she aims to capture the foibles of human nature with gentle humor and affection.

 

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Critics’ Viewpoint

The engaging stories and novel plays make for enjoyable reading.

— ACBL Bulletin    Date: 2017-05-15

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