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Genius Loci Poetry By David Williams
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Genius Loci is the First Edition of Poetry from David Williams author of 'Amsterdamned' by Chipmunka Publishing. It covers the impressions made upon the poet/playwright by Cardiff, Aberystwyth,... More > Liverpool and War amongst other stimuli. David Williams is currently studying for an M.A in Playwriting at the University of Salford and is the Artistic Director of Red Button Theatre & Film Co-Operative.< Less
Ken Frane Short Stories By David Williams
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Five Short Stories to excite and enthrall. Here are examples of the anti-detective novel genre. Ken Frane is not a very successful gumshoe but he is tenacious. Former police detective turned private... More > investigator he embarks on a number of strange and challenging cases. After a gentle introduction to the protagonist himself in the Dubrovnik Postcard affair he takes a holiday in Barmouth which turns into Big trouble in little Bermo. His lifelong love of Cardiff City FC gives him that extra bit of insight into solving the Bluebird Voodoo Doll. The Welsh political establishment is shaken by the murder of Andrew Leighton on the steps of the National Assembly and Ken Frane is inadvertently drawn into the Arab Israeli conflict in the final short story Farewell and a Jew. Tall tales that will keep you thinking long after you have closed the book.< Less
The Miners' Strike Mystery By David Williams
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Ken Frane returns to the Valleys of his childhood. Antediluvian anti-hero reopens a cold case from the Miners' Strike, when he was a beat copper in Cardiff, called back to police the industrial... More > dispute. Ken Frane 'Last of the Cardiff Docks' detectives' on his second adventure, on home turf this time, having returned none too successfully from Leiden in the Netherlands in the first novella. The charred remains of striking miner Andy Halligan are found on a mattress up the Twyn in 1985 and it wasn't because he was a scab. This is an anti-detective novel which rejects the expected outcome of restored order found in most mysteries.STRONG LANGUAGE/ADULT CONTENT Over 16 Advisory< Less
Sign of the Times By David Williams
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Clenched Fist Poetry from the Punk Performance Poet. Since his last book 'Graffiti Girls' David has been combining humorous verse and angry rants to give you his latest offering which is indeed a... More > 'Sign of the Times'. Contemporary Wales is his backdrop and he is more than a little disappointed with the current state of play at the Welsh Assembly.Drawing from the influences of his heroes, Charles Bukowski,John Cooper Clarke and Cardiff Poet John Tripp, Williams attempts to awaken the latent anarchic spirit in his readership."nothing less than a revolution' said a translated Saunders Lewis.< Less
The Leiden Triangle Mystery By David Williams
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Ken Frane, antediluvian anti-hero, the last of the Cardiff Docks' detectives. Former Detective with South Wales C.I.D now fallen from grace, picking up whatever jobs and leads his old friends can... More > provide him with. Ken Frane, old school, flies to the Netherlands to act as advisor on a disturbing child murder case to his old friend Jan Van der Bleet of Frane is introduced in a short story at the beginning in the 'Dubrovnik Postcard' affair and then we follow the hard bitten private investigator as he navigates the biker gangs and right wing extremists of modern day Netherlands. Once you see how Ken Frane operates in this opening novella, you will be wanting more and more.< Less
Graffiti Girls By David Williams
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HE'S BACK! The Welsh McGonagall returns with this punchy volume of verse. The bawdiness of Chaucer combined with the cynicism of Bukowski. Take a road trip with willy boy Williams from the Graffiti... More > Girls of Sevenoaks Park, Grangetown to Porthcawl via Bridgend and onwards West to Port Talbot. Don't forget to take this book of verse into town with you and leave it somewhere interesting for someone else to enjoy.< Less
101 Poems By David Williams
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The self styled William Topaz McGonagall of Welsh Poetry collects together in one volume his prodigious output so far with previously unseen 'Early Doors' poetry from the last Millennium. He's been... More > at this game awhile. The launch of this volume is to coincide with the writer's birthday at 53 years of age on March 1st but you can get your sticky dib dabs on it early. Celebrate the alternative St David with a purchase of this humorous yet miserable book.< Less
Ten Years a Free Man By David Williams
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You've heard about the man who bought a penis enlarger on ebay and received by return of post 'a magnifying glass' with the instruction do not use in direct sunlight. This e book could have been... More > Titled 'The Bleeding Obvious' It is a straightforward, no nonsense guide on how to reclaim your life from the insane conditioning that we have been programmed to follow since schooldays. Ten Top Tips to transform your life and thinking.< Less
Another Place By David Williams
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The third volume of Poetry from David Williams. Following on from Genius Loci and Limbo Land, David completes the Trilogy of poems celebrating a 'sense of place' and our role within it. From Blundell... More > Sands and Crosby to Pentre Gardens, Grangetown, lose yourself in these sometimes angry words. Welsh, it means, foreigner you see.< Less
Limbo Land By David Williams
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The second volume of Poetry by David Williams, author of 'Genius Loci' published by