A Study in Silver

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Master Point Press, 1998 - Games - 128 pages
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This is a second collection of humourous bridge stories from the author of Tales Out Of School. This time Silver turns his satirical eye on the classics of film and literature: Sherlock Holmes, Moby Dick, and even Dracula cannot escape involvement in Professor Silver's adventures. As always, a wide selection of fascinating bridge hands makes the stories even more enjoyable.
 

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Contents

THE SFILES
9
A STUDY IN SILVER
17
THE GRAYHEADED LEAGUE
27
HUNTING THE GREAT WHITE WHALE
39
HEARTS OF DARKNESS
47
FREE BIRD SEED
57
AN OCCURRENCE AT THE SPINGOLD
67
THE FOUR FEATHERS
77
THE PRISONER OF ZELDA
89
A SCANDAL IN RURITANIA
97
THE RURITANIAN FALCON
107
RECTIFYING THE COUNT
117
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About the author (1998)

David Silver's bridge writings have appeared in the New York Times, BRIDGE Magazine, Australian Bridge and the American Contract Bridge League Bulletin, and he was a regular contributor to Canadian Master Point magazine. He teaches English at a community college in Toronto, Canada. His other books include Tales out of School, and Bridge the Silver Way with Tim Bourke.

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