Author Archives: Clive

Coming soon!

Coming soon, a new Gornstock short story! Ever wondered how Gornstock was founded? Who discovered the Universal Collider? Well, your wait will shortly be over. I’ll be giving you details on how to get your hands on this very desirable … Continue reading

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Review of The Rock by Robert Daws

This is an entertaining fast-paced detective story with interestingly flawed main characters. Sullivan ends up on the Rock of Gibraltar, via a secondment, having run foul of her superiors in the Met, while Broderick moved from London a few years … Continue reading

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New covers!

I’ve decided to freshen up my books by giving them shiny new covers. Although I loved the old ones, I thought it was now time for a change. The cartoon characters are taking a well earned rest and are probably … Continue reading

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Jo is back!

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A little taster to whet your appetite.

Here for you is the first chapter of my next book, Scooters Yard. It should be making an appearance in the next few weeks, but for all those interested here’s a little taster of what’s to come. Enjoy! CHAPTER 1 … Continue reading

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Introducing the Newest Member of the League of Comedy Fantasists: Marc Bilgrey

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An update on Scooters Yard

Seeing as I’ve not been around so much recently, I thought I would give you an update on how Scooters Yard, the second Gornstock novel, is going. Well, it’s going through the appraisal stage. I’ve sent it out to a … Continue reading

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Covers Special

Bargain book cover anyone? Pop over to see Jo.

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My review of Michael Jecks Fields of Glory

Fields of Glory is a slight departure from the well known and popular Templar series, a little leap forward in time to 1346 and the battle of Crécy. This book follows the fortunes of Berenger Fripper and his men, a … Continue reading

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The Foursome

Get a freebie from Geoff.

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