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Summary

Will Harker has always believed the best things in life are free: the great outdoors, a good laugh, a perfectly steeped brew. He's earning his keep as an apprentice farrier at Stanley Lampitt's workshop - although his gaffer would say he makes half the money and causes double the trouble. 

But business isn't exactly booming. While Stanley's trying to make ends meet, Will is handed a wedge of family inheritance - and a problem as big as a horse to sort out. 

As every Yorkshireman knows, where there's muck there's brass. So just how dirty are Will's hands going to get? 

A laugh-out-loud caper packed with Yorkshire humour, heart and charm, from the author of Forging On - longlisted for the Comedy Women in Print Prize 2019.

©2021 Catherine Robinson (P)2021 Orion Publishing Group

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Rural Frolics in Yorkshire

Genuine Tales of Rural Yorkshire Life.Well woven together and a satisfying plot.I loved it all.

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