Wilsons story continues following the success of his first book "It's me Wilson".
This short story again written as if seen through the dogs own eyes uses observations of human behaviour in a touching and often humorous way.
Wilson a former racing greyhound is enjoying his life of retirement in a sleepy Leicestershire village following his adoption by author Mark and his wife Catherine. This book tells of the dogs everyday reaction to life in a domestic home and the love of his extended family. As the country comes through a pandemic, Wilson expresses his feelings on life in lockdown, winter weather and tells of his trip to his former racing kennels where he spent his early years.
Mark Dilleys simplistic style of writing is freely used in this, his second publication, which will appeal to owners of all breeds of dogs and greyhound enthusiasts alike.
25% of profits made from sales of this book will be donated to The Greyhound Trust, an organisation which is dedicated to finding safe and loving homes for greyhounds in retirement.
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