By John Niven
GARY is a candy and respectable guy. in simple terms issues may enhance his lifestyles - having teenagers along with his stunning spouse Pauline, and a reduce golfing handicap. either are unlikely.
PAULINE is puzzling over how she ended up dwelling in an unsightly little residence, riding a second-hand motor vehicle and being profitable dressing up as Tinkerbell. She's making plans to go away Gary for a self-made carpet millionaire.
FINDLAY, the Carpet King of Scotland, desires to exchange in his overweight spouse for a more youthful version. but when he is going for a divorce she'll take him to the cleaners. If purely there has been a way she might be made to disappear...
LEE, Gary's luckless brother, has botched one too many drug offers. neighborhood crime overlord Ranta Campbell offers him yet another activity - one final likelihood to get it correct. Lee's performed a few undesirable issues - yet murder?
When Gary will get smashed at the head by means of a golfing ball and miraculously develops a fully ideal swing, each person unearths their fates relaxation at the ultimate day of the Open Championship...
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The Amateurs by John Niven