The Scottish Nationality Test: How Scottish are You? Paperback – 14 Jun 2012
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About the Author
Dr Cameron McPhail is a once-staid banker turned humorist. After stints in academia and Scottish Enterprise, he joined the Royal Bank of Scotland and rose to be Chief Executive of Wealth Management. He left after falling out with the somewhat notorious Fred the Shred and took to writing joke books as a form of therapy.
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I can highly recommend this product.
A great read, and not a one-off, you'll find yourself taking a little look here and there when you fancy some light relief or (in my case) feel homesick. Solved my 'little extra gift' dilemma for Christmas 2012 :-) even managed to stumble into the bookshop when the author was there and got signed copies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great fun. I used some of this information for a fun quiz at our Burns Night Dinner Party.Published 18 months ago by Kevin Madeley
Love the book, v funny, good anecdotes, some laugh out loud!
Was given 1 as gift & bought 7 others as gifts!
Extremely amusing. Could be good fun if used as a quiz competition. Some of the answers were very interesting indeed.Published on 6 Nov. 2013 by Waylon
Thought this would be a humorous book but was extremely disappointed by it. Hated the layout (exam-style), hated the content (extremely childish), and hated the fact that I'd paid... Read morePublished on 3 Aug. 2013 by Anna Hannigan
Bought as a Christmas present for a friend who loves anything Scottish so I am sure he will love it!Published on 26 Dec. 2012 by Victoria Fraser
A thoroughly enjoyable read. Definitely one to buy or, if you're a
fellow Aberdonian, to request for your local library.