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Book: DEATH OF AN ARTIST by David Wilson
"Death Of An Artist" is a private detective novel written in a light hearted manner. It is about two characters who have retired from the army and find they are bored with very little adventure in their lives. Lord Bigsby suggests to Field Marshal James, his life long friend, that they start a private detective agency for the aristocracy. Lord Bigsby is a wine connoisseur while James enjoys all [...]
 
Book: Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - The Complete Trilogy by Mark C Sutton
Brian Miller is a devoted family man in his seventies, with a sinister secret; in the nineteen sixties, he murdered three people, and he got away with it. But Brian put aside his murderous ways, focusing instead on enjoying a happy life with his new young family. Many years later, a personal tragedy results in Brian's long dormant blood-lust to rise to the surface again, and the ageing serial [...]
 
Book: Jeremy's Juicy Pair by Mark Sutton
A double-bill of perversion... 'Jeremy's Juicy Pair' contains the two full length novels, 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking', and it's sequel, 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker'. 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking' Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family [...]
 
Book: Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking - Complete Version by Mark Sutton
The greatest pervert and stalker that the United Kingdom has ever known is finally here in this full-length tale of warped desires and unhinged passion! Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family because of 'that thing that happened with great auntie Mavis shortly after [...]
 
Book: Dissecting Humour by Nic Andela & Janine Boddy
"Dissecting Humour" is a collection of amusing, toe curling and, at times, horrifying urban legends and anecdotes from thoseinthemedicalprofession. Frombushclinicsindeepest Africa to the National Health Hospitals in England, the reader is treated to eye-opening accounts of what really goes on behind-the-scenes: inventive use of drugs, mischievous med students and lost tempers are just some of the [...]
 
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: 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: Lethal Takeout by Vered Ehsani
A Dark Urban Fantasy with a Sense of Humour When Axe Cooper is murdered while picking up Chinese takeout, he's pretty irritated about the loss of a good dinner, not to mention being dead. Not prepared to move on just yet, Axe decides to stick around and haunt his best friend Lily Chan while trying to figure out why anyone would kill a janitor. In the meantime, Axe is hired by The Ghost Post to [...]
 
Book: Dreamin' Dreams by Brendan Gerad O'Brien
Ireland is an amazing wonderland of foot-tapping songs and glorious scenery, of silver lakes and green hills, of blue mountains and wild oceans, of hearty humour and rib tickling laughter, of dark myth and strange legend, of tall tales that reek of wonder and also of woe. Tourists flock there every year to drink in this wonderful atmosphere, to savour the green countryside, to capture the very [...]
 
Book: A Little Bit of Me by Angela Gascoigne
Relax! Put your feet up, and give in to your guilty pleasure. Here we have short stories, flash fiction and a little pinch of poetry in a variety of themes with something for everyone. A Little Bit of Me, is my fifth e book to be published, and my second collection. Delve inside the pages of this book to experience a little bit of me - from the soft and fluffy to the dark and deep. There's more [...]
 
Book: The expected demise of Bernard Fish by Ed Halliday
A very unique and comical view of life, death and all that comes after it. This very darkly humorous but strangely heart warming tale follows the unremarkable Bernard Fish as he learns that living is far less simple than he thought. He also discovers that being dead is more exciting than he could ever have imagined, not that he has ever had much of an imagination. Betrayal, greed, love and lust [...]
 
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: Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - The Complete Trilogy by Mark Sutton
You'll never feel safe on your allotment again... Brian Miller is a devoted family man in his seventies, with a sinister secret; in the nineteen sixties, he murdered three people and got away with it. But Brian put aside his murderous ways, focusing instead on enjoying a happy life with his new young family. Many years later, a personal tragedy results in Brian's long dormant blood-lust to rise [...]
 
Book: Finding Zoe Dawes - A Minor Minus story (Tales from Minor/Major Minus) by Matt Langford
Tom has a problem. Indeed, a number of problems arise for him through the course of Finding Zoe Dawes, the first and penultimate novel of The Major/Minor Minus stories. Many of these problems boil down to the behaviour of Rag Bowman - old school friend and serial provocateur. His utter inability to find even an ounce of sympathy for Tom following the suicide of Hazel, Tom's wife, is a problem. [...]
 
Book: Ezicash by Ian Thompson
Do you think the world has gone slightly mad? If you do, Phil Lud agrees with you. Phil is your everyday, salt-of-the-earth type of guy. Sure, he has his little quirks. For instance, he likes to think he's just a little superior to everyone around him. Some folk think he's a bit full of himself because of it, but then most would agree with him, the world has indeed become a little stranger [...]
 
Book: Just Turn Left at the Mountain - Multi Entry Trials and Tribulations Meandering Across Chinese Borders by Andy Smart
When Andy's redundancy money clears in the bank, and with middle age fast approaching, the only realistic course of action is to wave goodbye to the UK and start again. A one way ticket to China please! This is one man's light-hearted three year account of his numerous attempts and failures of settling down and creating a new life in a different culture. Wanted: A traditional house with sliding [...]
 
Book: Unlikely Soldiers Book One (Civvy to Squaddie) - A Coming of Age Adventure of Love, Humour, and Tragedy by Deb McEwan
Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite - 5 stars! "A fascinating and enthralling look at Great Britain in the 1970s as experienced through the eyes of Guy, a North Yorkshire teen, and Mouse, a Welsh girl. I had a marvelous time reading Unlikely Soldiers and am looking forward to the next book in the series. It's most highly recommended." Goodreads and Amazon Reviewer - "Deb McEwan has [...]
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
Book: Of Ghosts and Aliens by Dexter James
Albert is a man of routine, a confirmed bachelor not swayed by opinions, theories or the unexplained, until, that is, he moved to a house in a remote part of Norfolk. There, his life was turned upside down as strange occurrences began to change his way of life forever. His comedic attempts to complete a quest, that he really didn't want to attempt in the first place, had left him penniless, [...]
 
Book: Will that be Cash or 'Cuffs? by Yvonne Blackwood
A hilarious story with a bizarre cast of characters that appear and disappear like Extraterrestrials - and their ingenious methods of stealing in a large supermarket chain. You'll laugh one moment and empathize the next when you meet characters like Mrs. Johnson, the little old lady who wants to be "soft and smooth" and Wilbert Wiley, a modern day Don Juan who is obsessed with every female he [...]
 
Book: Kongomato by Roger Lawrence
After three right-wing thugs break into a museum to steal a diamond, they inadvertently release a ten million year old monster which proceeds to create havoc in London. As if the Prime Minster doesn't have enough to cope with, he cannot even tell the general public about this threat. With only days before "friendly powers" take the matter into their own hands, only one man can resolve the crisis: [...]
 
Book: Having Fun by Simon Kemp
Trapped in a hall of mirrors, waging a war against the people who sell dreams... At the theme park, Greg loads people onto the Sheep Dip roller coaster. When the ride is over, he helps them off again. Some of them are laughing. Quite a few of them are wet. All of them are happy. Greg is not happy, though. He's starting to realize that something is wrong at at the park. And not just here: [...]
 
Book: Candid revelations by Sam Akande
Candid revelations is a collection of short stories written from a man and woman's perspective.it adapts the first person narrative style to enable the reader see through the eyes of the characters.it provides a balanced view on issues that causes friction or ruin a relationship. what makes a spouse cheat? is cheating ever justified? what could be responsible for a loveless relationship? this [...]
 
Book: THE GIRL FROM THE DISCOTHEQUE by Bennett Arron
For over twenty years Steve has obsessed about her - a girl he once saw at a local disco. Now, in his late thirties, with his talent agency business losing money and his debts increasing, Steve realises he can't move on until he does something about this memory that won't stop dancing in his brain. Inspired by a true story. QUOTES - "A touching, funny, page-turning book about what the heart wants [...]
 
Book: JUST MARRIED, PLEASE EXCUSE by Yashodhara Lal
Caution: Marriage Ahead ... Yashodhara, a quick-tempered gal from the big city, is hitched to Vijay, a laidback desi boy from a small town in one word, trouble! The young couple must learn to adjust to married life and to each other whether it is Yashodhara s tamper tantrums or Vijay s foot-in-mouth syndrome with a little help from their idiosyncratic staff Zarreena and Vinod, their nutty friend [...]
 
Book: Beyond Decency by Aita Choya
Collection of short sexual fantasy stories inspired by real events. Written by a Zimbabwean woman. Be warned, these stories are Jaw-Dropping, Dick-Raising and Pussy-Wetting, with a Zest of humour! Featuring; SPIT ROAST: Part 1 to 3. I was reunited with 2 former schoolmates, 10 years on. Brace yourself for what happened when I was alone with the two men in my house. We were tipsy, friendly and [...]
 
Book: The Charm by Tracy Hefferon
When Lorna Mills makes a love charm, and buries it under a late-blooming rose bush, she puts all her faith in the power of white witchcraft to summon her soulmate and a life with a happy-ever-after ending. But what she doesn't bargain for is the arrival of the enigmatic Joe Hardy who stumbles, quite literally, into her life one pristine summer's morning and turns her whole world upside down. [...]
 
Book: Sorting Out Sid by Yashodhara Lal
Meet Sid, a master at the art of denial, in this - hilarious, insightful tale of modern-day - living and relationships - Siddharth Agarwal aka Sid has it all - a fifteen-year-long marriage, a bunch of devoted friends, and the chance to be the company's youngest-ever VP, all at the age of thirty-six. But, behind the scenes, his life is slowly falling apart, what with his marriage on the rocks, [...]
 
Book: Old Geezers - The Gateway by Roger Lawrence
Three bored old men living in stupefying comfort are desperate for something to amuse them. In the ruins that was Los Angeles they find something that might fit the bill. What they hoped for was a few day's of fun and excitement. What they didn't expect was to destroy the entire world and create another infested with wild, and very angry people. Being chased by wild and very hungry beasts does [...]
 
Book: Everybody Bleeds by L. J. Forster
The Rich, The Powerful, The Feared... Death respects no-one, and Layla-Rae Bryce is one of his favourite agents. A woman haunted by the death of her two young sons, living the life of a recluse, shunning all contact with the outside world; lost in an abyss of despair and loathing. The perfect candidate to join the ranks of a sinister agency dealing in the lucrative murder-to-order industry, where [...]
 
Book: Pearls by Tasha Harrison
As featured in The Guardian. For career-driven Kate Burrows, life is pretty much perfect: great job, fab flat and a gorgeous guy to share it all with. With every box on her checklist ticked, Kate thinks she's happily in control of her own destiny... until the troubled past she's tried so hard to suppress threatens to sabotage everything she holds dear. Stuck in a rut of useless boyfriends and [...]
 
Book: No Girl on this Train by Tottie Limejuice with Kate Pill
It's short, it's somewhat silly and the humour verges on lavatorial. Behind every successful author is a dedicated team of betareaders, those essential second eyes who pounce on any errors or inconsistencies. Lesley Tither writes under various pen-names for different genres - Tottie Limejuice, for the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series, L M Krier for the DI Ted Darling series of crime thrillers, [...]
 
Book: The Uncuffed Suspect by Lupin Bleu
A crazed President plots revenge on his country's enemies by disguising a massive nuclear attack as an asteroid strike. As the World waits to find out where the hammer will fall, a sense of impending doom ushers in a weird new era of strange behaviour - and new ways of thinking - as the more preposterous elements of society exploit their last chance to explore the darker side of the human psyche. [...]
 
Book: Sophronia and the Vampire by Jacqueline Farrell
She may be fifty, English, and a professional crone, but Sophronia Sheridan is not one to turn down a chance to help others, even when it goes against her better judgment. When she is faced with young witches and vampires who have fallen under a head vampire's power, she allows herself to become beholden to him in order to help the youth gain their freedom. Along the way, she realizes there is [...]
 
Book: Sleeping with Jane Austen by David Aitken
'In this funny-serious book David Aitken pokes his finger in the stomach of the traditional crime novel, gently questioning our readiness to be mesmerised by crime and the causes of it.' (Alex O'Connell, The Times, London) 'The premise of this book -- the confessions of a caged psychopath whose proclivity for women's ears has led to his imprisonment in a grim Dundee psychiatric institution -- [...]
 


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