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Summary

The whole unabridged book plus an extra section at the end - all narrated by the man himself, the reverend Ian Miller.

Ian Miller is one of the most well-kent faces in the west of Scotland. A man of the cloth. An entertainer. A man who welcomed all denominations, anytime. A man who has married, christened, and buried the great, the good, and the lowly with equal gravitas and humanity. This is his life-story so far. In Habbie to Jeely-Eater, we find out about the man behind the scenes. A weekend guest at Balmoral, a church minister, a Celtic supporter, a renowned speaker, an arsonist...? Well, no one is perfect. Most of all, Ian is a family man who loved his parish and was loved back in return.

©2016 Paul Murdoch (P)2016 Paul Murdoch

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