These three books weigh in at 180,000words in total and chart Hadrim's quest for
vengeance to the Tower. Sounds like the usual stuff. WRONG! There are no elves dwarves
or cuddly furry creatures in this and Hadrim doesn't even have a magic sword. Take
a look at this somewhat dated reader's report.
(80,000 words) What would you do if you found a suitcase full of money under a hedge,
still connected to the corpse of its owner? Of course; you'd take it straight into
a police station wouldn't you? Nailer has to face this problem. Maybe he'll overcome,
with the assistance of his wood chipper and rotovator.
Won second place in Simon & Schuster's electronic slush pile: 'Funny, clever and
entertainingly savage - good writing' -Editorial Director.
FLOUNDERING (1820 words) You'll never eat fish again.
HARBINGER (1085 words) Suit with mobile phone and Porsche gets shafted. All you need
HAT CREATURES (2937 words) An utterly new slant on the history of the world.
OLD ROAD (1660 words) Drink drive warning.
TROPHIES (1420 words) Serial killers collect trophies.
CONVERSATIONS (4070) Three very strange chats.
JENNIFER (1477 words) Quite strange. I was having a bad day.
RETURN OF THE SHIP (2600) After their hellish experiences the crew of the Jable hunter
return to land, and find they have brought hell with them.
THE BRICKLAYER (2738) The politically correct future for a bricklayer.