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  • Published: 5 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9781844884520
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 384
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Schmidt Happens




Ross is juggling more chaos than ever when he receives the call of a lifetime

I've had some pretty bad New Year's Eves in my life. But this one was officially... The! Worst! Ever!

My wife had just given birth to a baby that wasn't mine. My son had just walked out on his bride-to-be on the eve of their wedding. And my old dear was making threats of revenge against me for allowing her to choke on the olive from her breakfast Martini.

Throw into the mix three infant sons who were banned from every public park and children's play centre in the city; a father who was working with dodgy Russian business interests to put himself in the Taoiseach's office; and a daughter who was about to do something truly shocking - even by her standards.

But then, one day, totally out of the blue, I received a very unexpected phone call...

And let's just say that Schmidt got real.

  • Published: 5 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9781844884520
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 384
Categories:

About the author

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is a man of the people-if the people are basically birds and drop-dead focking gorgeous. Because life is short, roysh, so you can't fock about with, like, rolling mauls, you've got to head straight for the line. Which is second nature to a try-scorer like me, given my ball-handling skills. How the hell did I get so lucky? Focked if I know.

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is the author of several bestselling books including; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-DressShould Have Got Off at Sydney Parade, and This Champagne Mojito is the Last Thing I Own.

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Praise for Schmidt Happens

Paul Howard is one of the funniest writers in the land

Irish Independent

Hilarious

Woman's Way

Ross is a national institution, and his adventures continue to chart the foibles and fortunes of modern-day Dublin with wicked humour and sharp observation

Irish Times

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