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New Novel, The Dinsdale Fox, By Liverpool Author, Kevin Cowdall, Is A 'Children's Story For Adults'

New Novel, The Dinsdale Fox, By Liverpool Author, Kevin Cowdall, Is A 'Children's Story For Adults'

The Dinsdale Fox which was digitally published on Friday the 8th of December as an eBook and available through Kindle on Amazon (Credit: Kevin Cowdall/Supplied/Image was provided to The Liverpudlian to share, courtesy of the Publicist on behalf of their client. We make no claim to this content).
The Dinsdale Fox which was digitally published on Friday the 8th of December as an eBook and available through Kindle on Amazon (Credit: Kevin Cowdall/Supplied/Image was provided to The Liverpudlian to share, courtesy of the Publicist on behalf of their client. We make no claim to this content).

Kevin Cowdall, the renowned Liverpool Author has released his latest novel, The Dinsdale Fox.


Kevin has described the novel as a 'children's story for adults', making it the perfect read this festive season as the nights have drawn in and the evenings make for the perfect opportunity to get into a good book.


The Dinsdale Fox was digitally published on Friday the 8th of December as an eBook, it is also available through Kindle on Amazon. The paperback and hardback versions of the novel are to follow soon.


You can purchase The Dinsdale Fox now, with the novel by the local author being more than 200 pages long.


The Blurb For The Dinsdale Fox

'Five-year-old Susan Clark and her mother, Carol, leave England to stay on her uncle’s farm in Southern Ontario, Canada, after the death of her father in a racing accident. Carol, glad to escape the media circus which surrounded her husband’s tragic death, spends her time re-adjusting her life and coming to terms with her loss in the comparative peace and seclusion her new surroundings offer, supported by her brother-in-law, Bob: who is dealing with his own lose. Susan takes to such an upheaval with any young child’s simple sense of sudden change; shy and unsettled at first, but driven by a natural curiosity and a desire to explore her new surroundings.


Having seen a fox for the first time just before they arrived at the farm – being hunted across the surrounding countryside by the local landowner, Lord Dinsdale, Susan is delighted to discover a vixen and her cubs in the woodlands which border the farm. To a five-year-old child, they are simply picture-book characters come to life, and she interacts with them as she would any domestic pet, unaware that her uncle views foxes far differently; as pests to be caught and destroyed to protect his livestock...'

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