A new novel from this master story-teller—Luke Grant enjoys his comfortable life with his dog, his outdoor pursuits and his numerous female companions. But when the widowed wife of his grandson is badly injured in a hit-and-run accident, it is down to Luke (or G.G. great-granddad as hes known) to take on looking after his great-granddaughters and to try and find out who and why injured his granddaughter.
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About the Author
John Skelton was an ordained priest and rector. He was poet laureate at the University of Oxford and Cambridge University, a court poet for King Henry VII, and a tutor to King Henry VIII. Gerald Hammond is a professor of English at the University of Manchester. He is the author of Fleeting Things and The Making of the English Bible, and the editor of Selected Poems: Richard Lovelace.