The Restraint Of Beasts

Author: Magnus Mills

The news couldn’t be worse for Tam, Richie and their new supervisor: Mr McCrindle’s fence has gone slack. The three of them are duly dispatched to the McCrindle farm, where they finish off the work, then go to England where, after rain-sodden days bashing in fence posts, they wolf down baked beans in their shared caravan and spend their evenings and cash in the local pub…..Read More

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