Lie of the Tiger

Lie of the Tiger

JohnMartin / May 22, 2019

Lie of the Tiger Now available FREE from Kobo Apple iBooks and Barnes and Nobleoks read u mgKnK With a quirky character lurking around every corner it seems everyone has a secret in this funny mystery Two old tim

  • Title: Lie of the Tiger
  • Author: JohnMartin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: ebook
  • Now available FREE from , Kobo, Apple iBooks, and Barnes and Nobleoks2read u mgKnK7With a quirky character lurking around every corner, it seems everyone has a secret in this funny mystery.Two old timers indulge in a bit of secret doggy business in order to prove the existence of the Tasmanian Tiger, which hasn t been conclusively seen for almost 8Now available FREE from , Kobo, Apple iBooks, and Barnes and Nobleoks2read u mgKnK7With a quirky character lurking around every corner, it seems everyone has a secret in this funny mystery.Two old timers indulge in a bit of secret doggy business in order to prove the existence of the Tasmanian Tiger, which hasn t been conclusively seen for almost 80 years.Billy Gumboots took his secret to the grave with the help of the local undertaker, who has his own secret to hide.The new owners of the Tasmanian Tiger Museum in Windy Mountain are hiding their secret from the law.But the biggest secret of all might belong to the new manager they want to get rid of fast.Lie of the Tiger is a dead funny mystery, with lots of suspense.What are you waiting for Buy this novel and have some giggles before your friends start banging on about it.

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        John Martin is the mysteriously funny writer bloke from Australia He can t decide if he wants to write mysteries with a dash of humour or humour with a dash of mystery.


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    1. Lie of the Tiger (Windy Mountain #2) by John Martin is a humorous mystery with some very strange characters and lots of twists. I really enjoyed this crazy story about a couple of old coots that set out to solve a mystery and end up with more that one mystery on their plate. Lots of twists, turns, and humor spiced with bits of fun suspense thrown in to make this a very enjoyable read. It maybe book two but I had no problems reading it as a stand alone. I was given this book to read and the revie [...]


    2. A fun read that kept me entertained through the entire book. The characters were off the cuff and a little out of the box. The interesting phrases that the men used in the book left me in stitches at times. Parts of the book rival the humor found in another road side attraction by Tom Robbins. I enjoyed this book the most of all of John Martins books I have read so far.


    3. Irishman Paddy O’Brien has just arrived on Windy Mountain with the daunting task of reopening the Tasmanian Tiger Museum and making a go of it in a few short weeks. Unfortunately for Paddy, he looks like Moose Routley, who terrorized the mayor in the first Windy Mountain book, “Who Knew Tasmanian Tigers Eat Apples!” Paddy is assisted by Wish-Wash and Oodles (decidedly older and crankier than they were in the first book) and the two old men come up with a scheme for a new exhibit that just [...]


    4. This is my first book by this author and I really enjoyed it. As an American, I didn't always understand the Irish and Australian slang, but it was fun to look it up and learn as I went. Its the story of two funny old men and an Irishman trying to save a filthy and failing Tasmanian Tiger museum that is slated for destruction. Their schemes to save it are hilarious and their developing friendships are touching. There was suspense and mystery as well. I recommend this book of you want a relaxing [...]


    5. I would like to thank the author- John Martin, for offering me a free ARC, in exchange for an honest review.I really loved the book. The plot was very interesting, thrilling and undoubtedly hilarious.Paddy, a Professor, has landed a job of taking care of the Windy Mountain Tasmanian Tiger Museum in exchange for "no salary".The museum is desperately in need of a show-stealer to get the it running, while there are few who will stop at nothing to see the it shutdown for good. But why? What do they [...]


    6. Lie of the Tiger builds on the characters in Do Tasmanian Devils Eat Apples and proved to be more humorous and satisfying. Paddy O'Brian comes to Windy Mountain as the new proprietor of the town's in disrepair Tasmanian Tiger museum. Wish-Wash and Oodles, two the town elders, join forces with Paddy to make the museum a success through less than legitimate means. Paddy has a secret and so do the elders. In a romp of mistaken identities, hidden agendas, lost loves, and a group of wacky townsfolk, [...]


    7. ‘The huge Irishman wound down his window and squinted.’Welcome back to Windy Mountain, back to the Tasmanian Tiger Museum (established in ‘Do Tasmanian Tigers Eat Apples’, and now seriously in need of repair. Paddy O’Brian is to be the new manager. But, before he even reopens the museum, he’s told that he has two weeks to make it work, and that he’ll have to raise the entrance fee to nineteen dollars. Otherwise, the building will be demolished and replaced with a dozen wind turbine [...]


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