The Parrot's Tale

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    Returning from hospital, octogenarian Harry Dynes finds his pet parrot of thirty-five years has escaped. Retired Wildlife Police officer John Reid offers to help Harry find his parrot while also hoping to shed some light on his missing teenage daughter, Morag. So begins two quests with this unusual duo seated on the back of a powerful motorbike. Kofi is always one step ahead, making headline news in legal, sporting, political, medical, religious and social situations. Harry and his parrot are thrust into the world of celebrity, while John's quest seems to be leading nowhere... until Kofi makes an astounding connection.

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    Number of Pages: 398
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781910256053
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    Listed in: Modern & contemporary fiction, Thriller & suspense, Fantasy
    Publishers: Authors OnLine, Netherholm Publications

    Books by Miller Caldwell

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