Galina Petrovna’s Three-Legged Dog Story
Listen to a sample
What to expect
The ‘bonkers’ book that ‘it is impossible not to be moved by’ DAILY MAIL
A joyful and hilarious tale of some very spirited septuagenarians as they overcome innumerable obstacles to save their beloved mutt from a heartless exterminator in a land where bureaucracy reigns above all else.
Perhaps you’re not a member of the Azov House of Culture Elderly Club?
Perhaps you missed the talk on the Cabbage Root Fly last week?
Galina Petrovna hasn’t missed one since she joined the Club, when she officially became old. But she would much rather be at home with her three-legged dog Boroda. Boroda isn’t ‘hers’ exactly, they belong to each other really, and that’s why she doesn’t wear a collar.
And that’s how Mitya The Exterminator got her.
And that’s why Vasily Semyonovich was arrested.
And Galina had to call on Zoya who had to call on Grigory Mikhailovich.
And go to Moscow.
Filled to the brim with pickle, misadventure and tears, Galina Petrovna’s Three-Legged Dog Story will leave you smiling at every page.
‘The ‘bonkers’ book that it is impossible not to be moved by… It takes a very clever writer to make you both laugh and cry’ DAILY MAIL
‘A terrific and original debut’ THE TIMES
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up to get tailored content recommendations, product updates and info on new releases. Your data is your own: we commit to protect your data and respect your privacy.