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Erik Ryman

We haven't had a Free Book Friday for a couple of weeks, so here's one to keep you going.

Straight from Ryman's blog:

I think I said a while back we were going to do this, but if you fancy a free eBook of the full text uncorrected proof of Erik Ryman's Doggone, pop along to his blog and help yourself. HERE

It has had a few reviews, the latest being from Authortrek, but if you do download it and want to have a go at writing one yourself, we'll love you forever, or at least until I'm plugging something else...

If however paper is your bag, you can pre-order a beautiful hardback edition HERE and we can eat, damn you, we can eat and put shoes on the bairns feet and generally LIVE, and have hope for a future out of penury, a chance to ... etc.

If you like Eric Ryman's work then check out these other free downloads:

The Tsetse Fly Chronicles

The Recidivist



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