An American in Ireland encounters mystery, romance—and an extremely disruptive pig: "Very funny . . . a payoff that is as unexpected as it is satisfying" (Publishers Weekly).
Possibly the most obstreperous character in literature since Buck Mulligan in James Joyce's Ulysses, Mr. Caldwell's pig distracts everyone from his or her chosen mission. Aaron McCloud has come to Ireland from New York City to walk the
“A comic triumph” set in a haunted Irish castle from the author of The Pig Did It (Richmond Times-Dispatch).All of the charming characters of the previous book are present again in this delightful new story. Kitty McCloud, now married to Kieran Sweeney, her former rival in one of their district’s oldest blood feuds, has bought an ancient Irish castle with the profits from her popular revisions of...