MINUTES OF THE LOWER FORTY by

MINUTES OF THE LOWER FORTY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

from the annals of the Lower Forty Shooting, Angling and at Uncle Perk's store, accounts for the arguments, bragging and tales that occur in the informal meetings. There's trouble over , a lost that finds a boy, a hearse that vanishes, the perils of a feast of , an adult trick or treat, a children's fishing and generally some conflict with wives and their ideas. Other aspects of hunting and fishing and card playing, add to the genial pictures of sportsmen enjoying their hobbies. From the pages of Field and Stream, these are for those who found pleasure in the earlier A Fisherman (1958) and others with sporting .

Pub Date: March 12th, 1962
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston