Synopsis: This is the
second book in the "Monks of St.Titus" series in which we see the Abbot and
his community spending as much time at the Bridge table as at Prayer. The
monks of St. Titus become involved in duplicate matches against nuns,
visiting Italians and even the local police. The book is presented as a
collection of individual or grouped hands and there is no need to tackle
these books in sequence. The hands are interesting and the presentation is
very funny indeed. The great appeal of this book is that the characters seem
so real. Of course, you do not meet that many monks at the local bridge
club, but you do meet people just like the Abbot and so on. The highlight of
this book is the section in Africa where the missionaries win the trials to
represent Upper Bhumpopo in the African championships and then travel to
Tunis to play as internationals and have a shot at qualifying for the
Bermuda Bowl. It's very funny and the hands are also interesting.
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