A fire destroys the last business standing in the way of a new shopping mall development. Preston Niblock’s wife also dies in the fire and, as the shock wears off, he uncovers the frightening... More > truth about Palace Parade. The developers, Gideon, stand to lose too much if it gets out, so Preston is bribed and blackmailed into keeping quiet.
The local shops put out of business by the shopping mall have no intention of going quietly and gather the support of a crusading councillor, brilliant accountant, and the backing of Preston’s ill gotten millions.
What could go wrong?< Less
The direct descendent of a carnivorous dinosaur has returned to claim the Earth.
Commander Pyg sets up her base in the ancient subterranean Ossiane Empire.
Nothing can stop her exterminating the... More > human race apart from an eccentric geologist, sceptical science master, and a few surviving Ossianes.
And none of them know about the comet on collision course with the Earth.
First published by Swift Publishers as
in 1999< Less
Moosevan has been
moved to a new planet.
She didn't want to go, but the
machinations of the empire
building Mott, Kulp and his cronies
and Dax and Reniola, cosmic super
intelligences, ensured... More > its destruction.
Moosevan now lives inside the Earth,
moving land masses, soaking up pollution,
making deserts fertile, and adding
interesting twists to motorways.
Unfortunately, the maniacal Mott androids
and Kulp have now turned their attention to
the Earth. Even worse, Dax and Reniola
are sent to deal with them: as one
is obsessed with terraforming
neighbouring planets, and the
other with chintz curtains, the
planet dweller is in for
cosmic ride.< Less
Aliens from another dimension are abducting humans. Severing the link could destroy both worlds. The solution is in the hands of a six-foot, purple septuagenarian with a bad attitude and agenda of... More > her own.< Less
Quirky, splendid, in state of flux, there is nowhere quite like Folkestone.
An album of photographs selected from the website www.dandi.me.uk/folkestone. Includes many places the visitor may not... More > have had chance to see.
AN EASY TO VIEW PREVIEW OF THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE AT http://www.dandi.me.uk/dodo/index.htm< Less
First published as THE WATCHER in 1986 by The Women's Press.
The planet Ojal has been invaded.
A mysterious vampire force has
almost sucked dry the energy pools
on which the Ojalie depend.... More >
Controller Opu is charged with
finding a solution.
Breaking Galactic law and coping
with severe childcare problems, her
search ultimately leads to Earth where
the characters involved are not all
what they seem.
There is an unnervingly independent
student, two sinister spiritualists,
a bullet-proof black policeman,
and a youthful watcher apparently over a
hundred years old.
Chapters of this and other books can be seen at www.dandi.me.uk/dodo< Less
Hunder is petulant, moody and prone to tantrums. He is also the bio computer that controls intergalactic travel and moves worlds. When God arrives, his mood doesn’t improve, but the Supreme... More > Deity is more interested in annihilating Hunder’s mysterious communicator, Ansopha, “spawn of the Devil”. So the Devil enlists the help of retired photojournalist, Gladys Hodge, winter resident at Beachview in Brinton-on-Sea. The small seaside town is never quite
the same again.< Less