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The Dogs of Windcutter Down
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One man and his dogs - David Kennard is the James Herriot of shepherding

About the Author

David Kennard's name has become a familiar one in the nation's media, featuring in the Mail on Sunday", Daily Telegraph" and The Times" as well as on the BBC's Countryfile", Radio Four and on his bestselling video and DVD, The Year of the Working Sheepdog". His first book, A Shepherd's Watch", was a Sunday Times" bestseller. He lives in North Devon with his wife Debbie, three children Clare, Laura and Nick -- and, of course, his dogs Swift, Gail, Ernie, Fern, Jake and Mist.

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Praise for "The Dogs of Windcutter Down"
" A loving tribute to an endangered way of life." --"Kirkus Reviews"

Praise for "A Shepherd's Watch"
" The appeal of Kennard's story is the enduring cycle of man, sheep, dog, and a wild, depopulated countryside. A beautiful book." --"The Bark "magazine
" An honest and affectionate book about rural life, a Herriot-style homage to the countryside." --"Mail on Sunday"

" A runaway literary success . . . one of those surprise publishing sensations." --"The Guardian"
" Marvelously atmospheric, it is also a magnificent tribute to a laborious yet uncomplicated mode of life that has all but vanished." --"The Good Book Guide "
" A gentle meditation on the relationship between a sheep farmer and his environment." --"The Western Mail "
" A beautiful book that should grace the shelves of many lovers of the countryside." --"Newmarket"" Journal"
Praise for "The Dogs of Windcutter Down"
"A loving tribute to an endangered way of life."--"Kirkus Reviews"

Praise for "A Shepherd's Watch"
"The appeal of Kennard's story is the enduring cycle of man, sheep, dog, and a wild, depopulated countryside. A beautiful book."--"The Bark "magazine
"An honest and affectionate book about rural life, a Herriot-style homage to the countryside."--"Mail on Sunday"

"A runaway literary success . . . one of those surprise publishing sensations."--"The Guardian"
"Marvelously atmospheric, it is also a magnificent tribute to a laborious yet uncomplicated mode of life that has all but vanished."--"The Good Book Guide "
"A gentle meditation on the relationship between a sheep farmer and his environment."--"The Western Mail "
"A beautiful book that should grace the shelves of many lovers of the countryside."--"Newmarket"" Journal"

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