Bridge in the Menagerie: The Winning Ways of the Hideous Hog

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Batsford, 1965 - Games - 152 pages
3 Reviews
The characters at the Griffins Club established Mollo's reputation as one of bridge's most inspired and humorous writers. Now a fresh generation of readers will be able to enjoy the Hideous Hog and the Rueful Rabbit.

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Review: Bridge in the Menagerie

User Review  - Greg Fanoe - Goodreads

If I had to criticize, I'd say that the constant squeeze hands get a bit repetitive, but that'd be nitpicking. The constructed hands here are hilarious. One of the funniest books I've read. Read full review

Review: Bridge In The Menagerie

User Review  - Aaron - Goodreads

It's not worth learning bridge just to read this book, but Victor Mollo's classic does provide a compelling reason to teach yourself how to play. The hands are hilarious and the characters exceedingly ... Read full review

About the author (1965)

The late Victor Mollo (London, UK) is one of the best-loved authors ever to write about bridge. He wrote many excellent how-to books on the game (including the classic Card Play Technique, with Nico Gardener) but it is as a humorist, and the author of Bridge in the Menagerie and its sequels, that he is best remembered.

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