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Title Going Indoors
Author Paul Hammond
Publisher Jenner Publications, Theberton, Suffolk, England
First published 2007
ISBN 0-9546633-8-1
Edition reviewed 2nd (2008)
Hardback/softback Softback
List price £8.99
Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
19.4 x 13.0
Number of pages 448
Number of pages with Coloured photos Black & white photos Line drawings
  None None 7
Synopsis This second edition of Going Indoors has been published in a larger format with a new, eye-catching cover.

Reverend Percival Peabody still has the unenviable task of guiding his flock in the sleepy village of Lower South-Borough as Rollo the vicarage cat continues to run rampant around the parish, master of all he surveys.

The summer season has passed by leaving in its wake a disturbing picture of raunchy relatives, senior moments, cross-dressing accountants, drunken promoters, madcap holiday capers and a saucy streaker.

It's time for a change as Percy once again gathers his temperamental, flirtatious and potentially insane parishioners in preparation for the onset of winter. With a firm grip on his bible Percy leads from the front, but falls ever further adrift of the pace as the tether on his sanity slowly slips along with his halo. Unfortunately for him, pursuits of passion, the love of one-upmanship, playful shenanigans and sheer mayhem once again systematically reduce all previously arranged and well-organised plans to total chaos.

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