At a time when the world needs a laugh, Tails of Tottering Hall is strongly recommended as an antidote for anyone feeling a bit of doom and gloom. - Gary Creighton, British Country Sports Tails of Tottering Hall is another collection of Annie Tempest's expertly-observed cartoons humorously depicting the archetypical English upper-class, following spirited traditionalists Dicky and Daffy Tottering, who reside in their lavish yet dilapidating ancestral home, Tottering Hall, together with their adored and exceedingly-spoilt dogs, affectionately named Slobber and Scribble. Daffy is a redoubtable and, these days, lamentably-dying breed, frequently referred to as a 'Country Lady', while Dicky just lives in another era altogether. Follow this endearing couple as they attempt to navigate an increasingly-modernised world with their mischievous pooches, both of whom hold a firm place in their owners' affections, allowing them to wreak all kinds of havoc with minimal consequences. Annie Tempest's ability to comically depict the highs and lows of dog ownership is second to none - and stands as a warming reminder that, despite muddy paws on the carpet and the occasional raiding of the fridge, we will love them all the same. The cartoons in this book are sure to resonate with all dog owners alike, as they compare the foibles of black Lab Slobber and working cocker Scribble to the eccentricities of their own treasured pets. Even if you've never had the pleasure of encountering these characters before, one cannot fail to be amused by these beautifully-executed cartoons.