Six men have retired to a pretty seaside town in West Wales and they all play golf together three times a week. Toby is a churchwarden who has fathered an illegitimate child. Scott is a wealthy... More > ex-dentist, with a trophy wife. Colin is a retired professor in mathematics. Ginger was a bank manager, who gambles. Jimmy was a seaman who races pigeons. And Stan. Well, Stan has been advised that £250,000 has been credited to his savings account. Suddenly, every one of his chums has a scheme for quadrupling his money.
Which scheme will Stan adopt? Will it enable him to live out his fantasies? For one of the group the outcome will end in tragedy.< Less
Jenny Millington has recently started work for an international publishing house. Casper Watkins, one of their famous authors, has gone missing in mysterious circumstances. Under pressure to improve... More > their sales figures Jenny sets out to find the missing author.
The trail she follows leads her to a world of murder, drugs and illegitimacy.
Will she find Casper? Will she unmask the murderer?< Less
Gerald Ray has written a novel containing details of the atrocities committed by "The Sons of Tyranny", during the Spanish civil war. Now he is on their death list. Caroline Carson is a TV... More > reporter investigating the bombings at Madrid's railway station. Their meeting and mutual attraction leads them to a trail of intrigue and drama involving Al-Qaeda in the Basque country.< Less
Somalian pirates, Semtex and sumptuous women are all included in this new novel by Richard F Jones. Six wealthy men, who were friends at university, embark on a celebratory retirement voyage to Hong... More > Kong aboard a luxury yacht. Trouble ensues by the time they reach Gibraltar.
Innuendos about smuggling explosives and adultery abound throughout the Mediterranean part of their journey. Category four cyclones, corsairs, expensive horses and the Chinese, lead the story to its ultimate disastrous conclusion in Hong Kong.< Less
One night Adam spots a gang of men assisting illegal immigrants to come ashore near his beach home on the Costa del Sol. He recognises some of them as relations of a glamorous Moroccan beauty,... More > Iolanthe, who he has met recently. His involvement with her leads him into a trail of criminality, abduction and attempted murder. It all ends in a dramatic court trial which determines Adam's fate.< Less
David (Deadly) Dancing, a financial consultant and renowned womaniser, is holed up on the magical Isle of Majorca, evading a demanding tax bill. He is also wanted as a witness at the trial of Rory... More > McCandlass, an IRA terrorist accused of murdering a Government Minister.
Jenny McGuire, blonde, Irish born artist, becomes his girlfriend. Then he notices a red Cherokee Jeep follows them everywhere. Is Jenny part of the gang out to get him? The Crown Prosecution Service provide him with a minder, Lisa McWilliam, a cellist, living in the beautiful mountain town of Deia. Fatal disaster strikes. David is imprisoned in a cellar. Threatened with death. Offered as a hostage.
The story is about the somewhat sad, lonely and sometimes idiosyncratic struggles of his relationship with Jenny McGuire and his attempts to integrate her into the tangled web of his life.< Less
After publishing his new novel with an e-book company David Taylor discovers that his work is being plagiarised. Some time later Robert Demaid, a fellow author, on a trip to the mountains in Spain... More > with his Spanish girlfriend Elena, finds Taylor living the life of a recluse in a cave up there. Demaid’s curiosity gets the better of him.
In trying to help with Taylor’s problems he unfolds a trail of misdeeds and innuendo, including fraud, ballot rigging and a hit man assassin, which result in Taylor’s untimely death. Demaid’s enquiries lead him into a catalogue of catastrophes in Spain, London and South Wales, where he encounters another relationship with Barbara Harrison, one of Taylor’s previous girlfriends.
The novel is set against the desperate economic background of recent Spain, where riots, strikes, election frauds and murky history are rife. The story will have you guessing to the end to discover the outcome.< Less