A poacher is set up to take the blame for a gamekeepers murder but escapes and goes on the run. The true killer tracks him down but fails to kill him. From then on the hunted becomes the hunter,... More > leading to a bloody conclusion.
(This novel was originally published in hardback in 1978 and therefore shows a world very different from that of the 21st Century.)< Less
A light-hearted and nostalgic collection of tales about New Forest Folk, poaching, and other rural mischief. A fond look back at a largely vanished era of innocence when a folding shotgun was a... More > rural tool, not a weapon. When a knife was merely another everyday item and not 'male jewellery' or a 'macho' image builder.
An era not yet quite dead, but driven deeper underground by an increasingly paranoid modern society.< Less
This small book contains 90+ workshop and roadside repair hints for owners of British Motorcycles, plus three tales from the hardworking life of 'Rosie' a much modified 1958 BSA Road Rocket which... More > averaged 50,000 miles per year.< Less
The tale of how Barons Sable & Thirlmere - accompanied by sundry Knaves, Peasants, Ladies, and Wenches - fought their way around the Showgrounds, Nightclubs, Pub forecourts, and Village Fetes of... More > Southern England. Performing for crowds varying from millions (on TV) to six (at a village fete in the pouring rain).
Welcome to the wonderful world of the roped off arena, where normal folks can become larger-than-life, and the already larger-than-life can become insufferable ;-)< Less