Details Filled with amusing anecdotes and hilarious illustrations by James Wade
Perfect gift for any country person
Mick Badshot is dangerous to know--unless you are a rabbit, pheasant, pigeon, or deer he?s trying to shoot, in which case you are utterly safe. He is a passionate and astonishingly unsuccessful field sportsman. He meddles in rough shooting, game shooting, wildfowling, stalking, falconry, ferreting, eel fishing, beagling, and cider making. He takes the countryside gospel into schools and takes his dog for psychoanalysis. This hilarious, wise, poignant, Pickwickian buffoon is loved by all who read about him. He appears each month in the columns of the Shooting Times, spouting buckshot, bullshit, and occasionally wisdom.
About the Author:
Charles Foster is a writer and a port-soaked don at an Oxford college.
James Wade studied architecture at St John?s College, Cambridge, and Harvard and worked in London until 1996 when he moved to Shrewsbury.
Pages: 112 pages
Trim Size: 9 x 9
Photos: color photos