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Romanno Bridge

Romanno Bridge
Author Andrew Greig
Country Scotland
Language English
Genre Novel
Publisher Quercus
Publication date 2008
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 312 pp
ISBN 978-1-84724-315-7
OCLC Number Dewey Decimal 823/.914 22
LC Classification PR6057.R388 R66 2008

Romanno Bridge is the sixth novel by Scottish writer Andrew Greig.

Plot summary

The book is a sequel to Greig's second novel, The Return of John MacNab. It reunites the main characters from the previous book, and teams them with a half-Maori rugby player and a busker from Oslo, in a quest for the Stone of Scone. The action takes place mainly in Scotland, but it also includes sections set in Norway and England.

Like The Return of John MacNab, this novel is something of a homage to the stories of John Buchan, although the connection is not made explicit this time around.

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