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Book: An English Custom by James Henry
Major Rupert Stonely came home after a dubious career selling surplus army equipment. Unfortunately, the army didn't know that. He had also expected to inherit his late mother's estate; she, it seemed, had other ideas. Rupert was about to be usurped by a glorified-waiter and he, quite literally, didn't have the balls to do anything about it. Timothy Montague however, did - he just didn't know how [...]
 
Book: Bloodwrath - 'Thursday; dress casual' by Chris Lane
UK NUMBER ONE BESTSELLING COMEDY NOVEL "Actually had me crying with laughter at certain points, well written and the plot just keeps unravelling. A fantastic read all round, Highly recommend!!!!" "This is truly the best book I have read in ages. It is not for children but has a great ( and sinister) story line. The black homour had me rolling with laughter in places. Read the book in a day; it [...]
 
Book: Few Are Chosen, K'Barthan Series - Part 1 by M T McGuire
Few Are Chosen, K'Barthan Series: Part 1 Meet The Pan of Hamgee: coward, unwilling adventurer and, by some miracle, K'Barth's longest surviving outlaw. He just wants a quiet life so working as getaway driver is probably a bad career move. Then he falls in love at first sight with a woman he hasn't even met who comes from an alternative reality. That's when things really begin to get complicated. [...]
 
Book: Forsythia - A Memoir of Lost Generations by Peter Longley
Encased within the drama of John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga ,' Peter Hovenden Longley weaves an autobiographical reminiscence of his own English family from the 1880s to the 1960s. Brought up in the last days of 'Forsythia', a world of the 3 percent born in privilege to serve the British Empire, Longley celebrates his family's lost generations. Nothing--neither the abdication of the king and [...]
 
Book: A Tunnel is Only a Hole on Its Side (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
British Humor at its best Book II of the Hole Trilogy This book follows in the tradition of great British classics, such as Fawlty Towers, Blott on the Landscape, and other brilliant examples of British eccentricities at their most ridiculous and enjoyable. The novel continues the ongoing animosity between Colin Griggs and Major Woods, who are at loggerheads following their previous encounters. [...]
 
Book: The Hole Opportunity (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
Colin and Izzy Griggs' traditional farming way of life is under threat from red tape from Brussels and Whitehall. Taking inspiration from a doughnut, Colin sets up a "Hole Farming Business". His first job is to supply 18 holes for the newly refurbished golf course. Colin's ineptness leads to a number of incidents surrounding the grand opening, creating an arch enemy of the Club's Captain: Major [...]
 
Book: The Cook's Comeuppance (Duncan Dewar Mysteries Book 3) by Victoria Benchley
Hoping to combine work with pleasure and jumpstart his new company, Duncan takes a lucrative case in Spain investigating an accidental death at an exclusive artist enclave. Almost immediately he senses something is amiss. Did a chef use a stove to kill a cook? What other secrets lurk in the charming village and artist colony? Duncan must solve a murder without motive. Joined by family members and [...]
 
Book: Carpet Diem - or How to Save the World by Accident by Justin Lee Anderson
Good and Evil do not exist. Men and women are completely different species. God and Satan are brother and sister, and the Big Bang was a giant cockup. Now, over 13 billion years later, the most important item in all of creation is Simon Debovar's living room carpet. And someone just stole it. Can Simon overcome his anti-social nature and recover his carpet before it costs him his life? And, more [...]
 
Book: To Catch a Thief - A Short Historical Romance by Elizabeth Bailey
This short story was born out of a play I wrote when I was teaching and directing drama at a school. We used to turn into a theatre company and one year I wrote Hugo Spiffing and the Case of the Dying Swan, which was a spoof murder mystery set in the 1920s. I enjoyed the style so much, I kind of rewrote Hugo and turned him into Kenton Lane, amateur detective. It's not a murder mystery, but Kent [...]
 
Book: The Case Of The Tattooed Buttocks - An Inspector Cullot Mystery by Alan Hardy
A DETECTIVE/MURDER MYSTERY LIKE NO OTHER... Following the murder of a sexy, blonde bombshell (and, soon after, the bloody, gruesome, shocking murder of yet another sexy broad), ex-Inspector Cullot is called in to team up with his old side-kick, Detective Sergeant Watkins, to investigate the baffling crime. Together they set about solving the mysterious deaths at Bounderdales, the opulent mansion [...]
 
Book: Looking For Trouble - K'Barthan Series - Part 4 by M T McGuire
Looking for Trouble, K'Barthan Series: Part 4 (and final) The Pan of Hamgee doesn't believe in miracles but if he's going to save K'Barth it looks as if he might need one. He's not quite as alone as he thought. The punters from The Parrot and Screwdriver are right behind him and he has rescued three of his friends from the Grongolian Security Forces, who are now of course, three of the nation's [...]
 
Book: Head Over Heels by Cindy Procter-King
A girl. A guy. A tiny white lie. What could go wrong? (A lot). Sweet and sexy, sassy romantic comedy from RWA Golden Heart finalist Cindy Procter-King. "Warm, witty characters, a little hijinx and some great sexy times make for my idea of a perfect read. Head Over Heels ticks all the boxes." Dani Collins, USA Today Bestselling Author. Magee Sinclair has had it with the recent blunders pushing her [...]
 
Book: But Can You Drink The Water? by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Follow the hilarious lives of the naive Turner family as they emigrate from Liverpool to sunny South Africa. Laugh out loud as they encounter 'crocodiles' on the wall, strange African customs and unintelligible Afrikaans accents. Cringe with them as their visiting in-laws embarrass them in front of their new SA friends. If you enjoyed Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine you will recognise Mavis [...]
 
Book: From Barren Rocks...To Living Stones by Jon Magee
From Scotland to East Anglia and internationally in Australia and America all ages are riveted by this story. The unique style of using the journey back to England as a frame to tell the deeper story is proving to be a great enticement to those of East Anglia as their acts of kindness are revealed. Helen Eadie, Member of the Scottish Parliament, writes in the forward "Jon . . . provides insight [...]
 
Book: Racing With The Rain by Ken Puddicombe
Racing With The Rain: A fast moving rain cloud in an otherwise clear sky triggers a sudden downpour and people run for cover. Is it possible to outrun the rain? Can one ever really escape the past?Guyanese born and Canadian naturalized Carl Dias will find out as he returns for his father's funeral. His visit will bring him in conflict with a government that is facing threats from an expat group [...]
 
Book: Bad Boy (Invertary Book 5) by janet elizabeth henderson
A Bad Boy trying to be good, a Good Girl driven to be bad and a five year old who wants to rule the world... When an injury ends Flynn Boyle's professional soccer career, he doesn't know what to do with himself or the rest of his life. According to the tabloid press, all he's good for is partying hard, womanising and making an ass of himself. The sad thing is they aren't far wrong. With no other [...]
 
Book: Daddy 3.0 - A Comedy of Errors by Rob Armstrong
2017 Independent Author Network Winner - Best Comedy / Satire Novel What a mess. This was not supposed to happen. This isn't where Nick Owen thought he would be by this point in life. He used to be a busy web programmer. Now he spends most of his energy trying to stop his three-year-old twins from playing in a dirty sand pit. Nick thinks of himself as Daddy 3.0, a stay-at-home-dad but he just [...]
 
Book: You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian! - The Stand Up Comedy Survival Guide (Professional Stand Up Comedy) (Volume 1) by Jerry Mabbott
If you've heard, "You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian", your entire life, this book is for you! Jerry Mabbott, a 25 year comedy veteran teaches you everything you need to know to have success in stand-up comedy. In this book, you'll learn how to write unique material that will make strangers laugh, how to handle hecklers, how to get stage time, how to hone your skills, even how to handle stage [...]
 
Book: Remembrances - A British and American Tale by William Lee Burch
Two families with widely differing perspectives, and more than 5,000 miles apart but destined to share in a common bond, struggle with hard times, personal problems, and war during three of the deadliest decades in human history. This adventure, set amid constantly changing historical events, will test the souls of these families but prove that tenacity, laughter, and the undeniable spirit of [...]
 
Book: The Queen's Daughters by Lorry Lutz
Dr. Kate Bushnell, who rescues street women in Chicago, has a disturbing dream. Famed British activist, Josephine Butler, invites Kate and her friend Bess to England. Butler encourages them to go to India to investigate sex slavery on the British bases, and bring proof back to parliament. Lt. Peter Sullivan, who learned of their investigation, seeks their help to find his Anglo-Indian daughter, [...]
 
Book: Death at the Café (A Reverend Annabelle Dixon Cozy Mystery Book 1) by Alison Golden
A vicar with a taste for sweets. A nun with a knack for trouble. A deliciously diabolical crime... Reverend Annabelle Dixon is not your typical vicar. Her passion and dedication to her calling are matched only by her weakness for cakes and sweets. Her unorthodox methods baffle her mentor, Father John. But even he can't deny her popularity with the parishioners of St. Clement's Church. When [...]
 
Book: The Death of Danny Daggers by Haydn Wilks
Cardiff. The last few days of summer. Danny Daggers is about to die. He just doesn't realise it yet. A Leeds University student with a very popular YouTube channel, Danny Daggers is taking his alcohol-downing stunts on tour. He's about to find out that not everyone's a fan. Ji Eun is a Korean student doing work experience at the South Wales Post. Rory Gallagher is the alcoholic veteran journo [...]
 
Book: Murder at the Mansion (A Reverend Annabelle Dixon Cozy Mystery Book 2) by Alison Golden
A madcap lady vicar. A mansion of mayhem. And a murder more diabolical than devil's food cake... Meet Reverend Annabelle Dixon... Charming, slightly gauche, very tall, this thirty-something vicar has just been appointed to the pastoral St. Mary's Church, in the picturesque village of Upton St. Mary, Cornwall, England. Annabelle is beloved by her parishioners for dispensing holy wisdom with humor [...]
 
Book: 13 British Horror Stories by Rayne Hall
Thirteen creepy, atmospheric stories by Rayne Hall, all set in Britain. The horror in these stories is spooky, creepy, unsettling and sometimes disturbing. It is not very violent or gory; however, the stories may not be suitable for young readers without parental guidance. This collection includes: Take me to St Roch's - Seagulls - Never Leave Me - Double Rainbows - Scruples - Through the Tunnel [...]
 
Book: Shadowed in Silk by Christine Lindsay
She was invisible to those who should have loved her. After the Great War, Abby Fraser returns to India with her small son, where her husband is stationed with the British army. She has longed to go home to the land of glittering palaces and veiled women . . . but Nick has become a cruel stranger. It will take more than her American pluck to survive. Major Geoff Richards, broken over the loss of [...]
 
Book: Zombie/Apocalypse 2012 - A Political Horror Story by Ian McClellan
Zombie/Apocalypse 2012: A Political Horror Story is a zombie tale with a political background story- not from a left or right minded perspective, but from that of an average American who feels left behind by the system. It is the tale of a regular guy- an unemployed factory worker- in the first days of the end of the world, a time in which the ways of doing things have become muddled between pre [...]
 
Book: The Christmas Contest (Duncan Dewar Mysteries Book 5) by Victoria Benchley
The Scots didn't celebrate Christmas for 400 years and the village of Taye is about to make up for it! Hoping for a relaxing holiday and a chance to solidify his relationship with Angela, Duncan finds himself in the middle of numerous contests, ancient Hogmanay traditions, misunderstandings, and a jewel theft. Will Duncan win the contest for Angela's heart? Joined by family and friends, Duncan is [...]
 
Book: Remorseless - A British Crime Thriller (Doc Powers & D.I. Carver Investigate #1) by Will Patching
A killer paroled. A tormented profiler. A blood-soaked quest for revenge. Doc Powers is one case away from a complete breakdown. Grief-stricken over the death of his wife, his reliance on booze and drugs fills his life with startling hallucinations. As he battles his demons, his efforts to stay coherent fail to keep a cunning psychopath behind bars... With a bloody trail of death spreading, Doc [...]
 
Book: Two Little Boys - a topical, dark and disturbing crime thriller - Ted Darling crime series by L M Krier
Topical, dark and disturbing crime thriller featuring a decidedly different type of detective. In his darkest and most complex case to date, DI Ted Darling has to confront demons from his own past when investigating the brutal murder of a young boy. As more deaths follow, he realises he's up against powerful people who believe themselves to be above the law, and starts to feel out of his depth. [...]
 
Book: Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker by Mark C Sutton
Britain's strangest pervert and stalker is back, weirder, filthier, and sexier than ever before! 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker' sees the return of Jeremy Felliwell, who, once again, has recently been released from a mysterious 'establishment' following his suicide (and inexplicable resurrection) six years earlier. Jeremy is now living a relatively happy existence in a new [...]
 
Book: Love on the Back Burner - A Tasty Romantic Comedy by Barbara Oliverio
Readers' Favorite Award -Winning Love on the Back Burner spins the story of sassy Alexandria D'Agostino. She is youngest in a tight-knit Italian-American family with a successful marketing career and a passion for cooking, yet her romantic life is less than 4-star. For years, she has tried cooking her way into men's hearts by flaunting her old world culinary skills, but now, she's changing the [...]
 
Book: Preacher Man - 'their blood shall be upon them' (Ted Darling crime series Book 9) by L M Krier
A teenager is found naked and wandering in a lane near Stockport. He can't answer any questions about the serious injuries he's sustained, only repeatedly recite a biblical passage. DCI Ted Darling's team take the case and discover he's been missing for six months - and he's not the only young person to have suffered the same fate. Ted's tied up in an important court case where the father of the [...]
 
Book: A Comedy of Terrors by Graeme Smith
Segorian Anderson's an Idiot. But that's fine with him. It's a well paying job with no heavy lifting. Nobody ever remembers Segorian. It isn't magic - he just has the sort of face his own mother could forget, and she's been trying to for years. But being forgettable is a job requirement for an Idiot. No, he's not the Court Jester. He doesn't wear motley (whatever motley may be). That's a [...]
 
Book: Wild Thing - 'a chilling cold-blooded killer' (Ted Darling crime series Book 7) by L M Krier
Random, unrelated killings, seemingly without motives? Or the work of a single cold-blooded killer? And are the murders in any way connected to the shocking crimes which RSPCA officers are investigating in the same area? DI Ted Darling's latest case takes him to the darkest side of the human psyche, where identifying the killer is the least of his problems. Making a case that will stick takes all [...]
 
Book: Eternally Yours by Gina Ardito
If they weren't already dead, working together would probably kill them. After one too many disappointments, Jodie Devlin took her own life. Until a new future can be created for her, she serves as one of Death's bounty hunters, retrieving souls who haunt Earth. She'll need smarts, charm, and trickery to convince these specters to give up the ghost and move on. These same skills come in handy for [...]
 


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