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A Mickle, A Muckle, A Malt And The Moon by Bill Smith
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.82" Width: 5.91" Height: 1.57" Weight: 1.98 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 2005
Publisher Kennedy & Boyd
ISBN 1904999085 ISBN13 9781904999089
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Smith
Bill Smith ha estado en el ministerio por mas de 60 anos y ha ministrado en mas de 20 naciones. Actualmente, tiene un programa radial enfocado en las sanidades y los milagros. Este programa alcanza a mas de 200 millones de personas, incluyendo radioescuchas en los Estados Unidos, Europa, africa y Japon.
Bill Smith currently resides in Shelter Island, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Mickle, A Muckle, A Malt And The Moon?
A Scottish Dream Jun 13, 2005
In `A Mickle, a Muckle, a Malt and the Moon' Bill Smith has conjured up for us A Scottish Dream and spiced it with An American Nightmare. The novel is a politico-scientific romance packed with unforgettable characters who are brought to life with effortlessly realistic dialogue; the action takes place in Scottish locations where we can feel the history and absorb the sweet air of the Western Isles. We know early on that the Scots are headed for the Moon - with the help of a dram or two -but something else is afoot and we are kept guessing until late on when the tension is released and all is made clear. The end indeed justifies the means. Great reading with an Arran - and make mine a double.
M to the power of 4 Apr 24, 2005
All Scots and everybody in Scotland should read Bill Smith's delightful book which is political novel, romance and comedy rolled into one. Bill's characters evolve beautifully, his settings are truly memorable and the sting in the tail is well worth waiting for. Who said that the end doesn't justify the means?