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Barnaby's Bigger Book of Shorts containing volumes 1 to 4 of Barnaby's Shorts now available.

 

Barnaby's Bigger Book of Shorts 

 

Forty coffee break sized stories (Volumes 1 to 4 of Barnaby's Shorts) in one collected volume. Ideal for the beach, in the bath, on the train to work, or, while taking your morning coffee.

A mix of genres, including mystery, romance, sci fi and humour. Who are The Women Furies? Can you grow a man from a bean? Is it possible to rob a bank by accident?


Answers to these questions plus four tales from the Vertigo labs.
Can a man get trapped inside a Kindle? What would you do if you were stalked by the invisible man? and how did Amelia find her new man?


Forty stories in one book (previously published as four volumes)

 

Flandra - the third volume of Mercedes Drew Mysteries is now available

 

 Flandra

 

Mysterious goings on in the allotments, a lorry hijack and arson at the golf club. Three more complete stories about Mercedes Drew, her 1969 Triumph Bonneville T120 motorcycle and Detective Inspector Desmond Flowers, in Volume Three of the Mercedes Drew Mysteries.


Who is stealing Derek Trott's carrots? Where are the counterfeit coins in Gordon's coffee machine coming from? Who hijacked a lorry full of TV's? What is Flandra?

 

Answers to all these questions and more in 'Flandra, volume three of the Mercedes Drew Mysteries.'

Barnaby's Shorts (volume five) is now available

 

 Barnaby's Shorts (vol five)

 

Ten more short stories to read while you take a coffee break; on your train ride to work; in the bath, or on the beach. Three lads play hooky from school, a virtual man who is human in every way, a father and son conversation, a body frozen in the ice.
A story of a marriage in 'A Trace of Boron'. A tale from Sri Lanka in 'Rich Man, Poor Man.' And another tale from the Vertigo Research Labs. A hint of sci fi, a touch of romance, a pinch of humour and always a twist at the end.
What would you do if you met yourself in the street? Where did loneliness come from?


Ten stories in a variety of genres to suit all tastes.

 

Barnaby's Shorts (volume four)  -  is now published.

 

 

      

 

Barnaby's Shorts (vol 4) 

 

Ten more coffee break sized stories from Barnaby Wilde. Including another tale from the Vertigo labs, a boy and a bear in the woods, a winter's tale of murder, and a true story from Crete. A touch of romance, a hint of sci fi, a portion of mystery, a morality tale and a thread of humour.
Stories that are just the right size to read in bed, on the train or in the bath.
What happens when a man gets the wrong coat after the Opera? Why does a man find himself marooned on a featurelss plain wearing an orange jumpsuit? Can there really be a bear loose in the Surrey woods? What actually happened in the Tunnel of Love? Who will be the last man standing?
Answers to these questions and more in Barnaby's Shorts (volume four).

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Free Running  -  volume two of the Mercedes Drew Mysteries  -  is now published

 

   

Free Running

A stolen rhinoceros head,a post office robbery,a body in the woods. Three more complete stories about Mercedes Drew, her 1969 Triumph Bonneville T120 motorcycle and Detective Inspector Desmond Flowers, in Volume Two of the Mercedes Drew Mysteries.

Who stole Mercedes beloved bonny? How could an octogenarian lady in a wheelchair rob a sub Post Office? Who is Bentley?

Read about the ongoing relationship between Mercedes Drew and Detective Inspector Flowers. Discover whose body is buried in Stoke Woods and find out what exactly is a traceuse in this new collection of three complete stories.

For more information, visit www.barnaby-wilde.co.uk

 

    Flowers for Mercedes  -  the first volume of Mercedes Drew mysteries   -    is now published

 

 Flowers for Mercedes

 

A girl on a motorbike, a hit and run, a detective called Flowers, a warehouse robbery, a train derailment, a missing cat, arson, kidnap and more in three complete stories about Mercedes Drew which, together, form the first part of the Mercedes Drew mysteries.

Will Mercedes Drew ever find true love? Will Detective Inspector Flowers solve the mystery of the missing cat? Who is stealing the covers off the drains? Why won't Mr Chatterjee say who set fire to his restaurant? Who is Dogtooth? Where is the lead from St Stephen's Church roof?


Answers to these questions and more in Flowers for Mercedes (volume one)

For more information click on the cover image or visit http://www.barnaby-wilde.co.uk/ 

  

Barnaby's Shorts Volume Three now published.  Ten more coffee break sized stories.

 

 

 

 

 Barnaby's Shorts (Volume Three)

 

Ten more coffee break sized stories.

 A varied collection to suit all tastes,ideal for reading in the bath, on the train, in bed or on the beach.

A hint of sci fi in Cube Roots; gentle humour from the world of the Vertigo Research Labs in Jocelyn; adventure in Where Angels Fear to Tread; A shaggy dog story and an old man's search for his roots in Visiting Worseley.

What if dragons were very small? Why is Jack running, jumping, never standing still? Why does Jethro need a tractor to move house?

 Answers to these mysteries and more inside.

 

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New Tom Fletcher adventure 'Every which way but East' for those with a sense of the absurd

Every which way but East

A Tom Fletcher novel.

 

Retired, bored, bald Tom Fletcher uncovers another dastardly plot to change the laws of probability. Pausing only to take part in a Speed Dating evening, he is soon creating havoc across multiple universes dressed as a duck.

Can Tom beat the Smiths? Will he find love? Can he play darts? What's a duck got to do with anything?

This book should only be read by people with a sense of the absurd.

(For more information, to read a sample or to purchase a copy of this book, click the cover image)


    

New:  Barnaby's Shorts (Volumes One and Two) - Two collections, each of ten short stories by Barnaby Wilde

 

Barnaby's Shorts (Volume One)

Ten short stories, including The Monkey Faced Boy, The Holey Oak, The Accidental Bank Job,The Horse that ran with the Wind and others. A mixed bag of tales ideal for reading in bed, in the bath,on a plane or in a train, or on the beach. Gentle humour, a touch or sci fi, and a twist at the end.

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Barnaby's Shorts (Volume Two)

Ten more coffee break sized stories, including The Running Boy, The Case of the Missing Spray Cleaner, Red Rubber and the Magician's Cabinet. A hint of romance, a touch of sci fi, a smidgen of mystery and a smile of gentle humour.

 

(For more information, to read a sample or to purchase a copy of this book click the cover image).

Barnaby Wilde - humorous novels and poems

 

I Keep Thinking It's Tuesday

A Tom Fletcher Novel

Tom Fletcher sometimes sees people as donuts and uses Exchange and Mart as his guide through a life populated by topless dancers and hippopotami. Frogs, pizzas, water beds, pygmies, licorice flavoured condoms and an ostrich all have key parts to play in this murder mystery; or perhaps it's a love story; or is it just a tale about a man who doesn't own a decent jacket?… and who is Geoffrey?


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You can find out more about Barnaby Wilde at http://www.barnaby-wilde.co.uk/

 

A Question of Alignment

 

A Tom Fletcher Novel

Tom Fletcher is an unlikely man to save the universe. In fact he is an unlikely man to do anything requiring action, but when the family cat talks to him, then walks through the sitting room wall, even he is intrigued. Someone from a parallel universe is altering the laws of probability by swapping Lottery balls. Soon, Tom is littering adjacent universes with stuff that just shouldn’t be there... and what exactly has an orangutan and a white lacy thong got to do with anything?

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Read Barnaby Wilde's blog at  http://www.barnabywildeauthor.blogspot.com/

 

NEW!  NEW!  NEW!

35 new poems

about goldfish, gingerbread men,

wooden saucepans, jugglers,

unicorns, flowers,

and so much more,

but not necessarily in that order.

(with absolutely no mention of

elephants or rhinoceros)

       More poems by Barnaby Wilde for those of a quirky disposition.

 

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 Quirky verses full of weak puns, old jokes, armadillos, and a sideways look at life in general.

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