A Witty Philosophical Murder Mystery With A Charming Twist The Crack Detectives Are Sheep Determined To Discover Who Killed Their Beloved Shepherd.On A Hillside Near The Cozy Irish Village Of Glennkill, A Flock Of Sheep Gathers Around Their Shepherd, George, Whose Body Lies Pinned To The Ground With A Spade George Has Cared Devotedly For The Flock, Even Reading Them Books Every Night Led By Miss Maple, The Smartest Sheep In Glennkill And Possibly The World , They Set Out To Find George S Killer The A Team Of Investigators Includes Othello, The Bad Boy Black Ram Mopple The Whale, A Merino Who Eats A Lot And Remembers Everything And Zora, A Pensive Black Faced Ewe With A Weakness For Abysses Joined By Other Members Of The Richly Talented Flock, They Engage In Nightlong Discussions About The Crime, Wild Metaphysical Speculations, And Embark On Reconnaissance Missions Into The Village, Where They Encounter Some Likely Suspects Along The Way, The Sheep Confront Their Own All Too Human Struggles With Guilt, Misdeeds, And Unrequited Love Funny, Fresh, And Endearing, It Introduces A Wonderful New Breed Of Detectives To Canadian Readers.
Leonie Swann b 1975 Dachau near Munich, Germany is the nom de plume of a German crime writer She went to school at Ignaz Taschner Gymnasium Dachau She studied philosophy, psychology and English literature in Munich, and now lives in Berlin.
- 352 pages
- Three Bags Full
- Leonie Swann
- 05 November 2017 Leonie Swann