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A Mickle, a Muckle, a Malt and the Moon by William Smith
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.14" Height: 1.18" Weight: 1.76 lbs.
Release Date Oct 30, 2004
Publisher Kennedy & Boyd
ISBN 1904999077 ISBN13 9781904999072
Availability 0 units.
More About William Smith
William Smith, MS, NSCA, CSCS, MEPD, completed his B.S. in exercise science at Western Michigan University followed by a master s degree in education and a post-graduate program at Rutgers University. In 1993, Will began coaching triathletes and working with athletes and post-rehab clientele. He was a Division I Collegiate Strength Coach and has been competing in triathlons and marathons since 1998, recently finishing the Steelhead Half Ironman in Michigan in 5 hours and 22 minutes. Will founded Will Power and Fitness Associates and currently consults for fitness, healthcare, and wellness centers in New York and New Jersey. The Director of the Professional Development Institute, Will has also co-authored a book on triathalon training (Tri-Power, 2007). Zinovy Meyler, DO, is the Co-Director of the Interventional Spine Program and an attending physician at Princeton Spine and Joint Center in Princeton, NJ. Dr. Meyler is a board certified, fellowship-trained physician specializing in the non-operative treatment of spine, joint, and muscle pain with emphasis on image-guided interventional spine and joint procedures."
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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?