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went into a drawer while I started on the next.
Others followed down the years, all joining a growing pile in the drawer (now a monstrous powerful external disc drive) when finished. Now, though, I have decided to confer cyber-immortality on them all before the Grim Shredder inherits exclusive rights.
Most are novels, from high serious to low frivolous, including thrillers and a collection of stories for extraordinary children. There is also a series of Wexyork Compact Classics based on courses once taught for the overseas programme of an American university.
Nobody will enjoy them all, but at least anyone interested enough can now make up their own mind without having it made for them by an overworked agency reader with someone else’s taste to second-guess.
All are now available as paperbacks or e-books. Just click on any cover picture and it will take you to an Amazon page and the chance to browse, sample and buy.
Thank you for taking an interest.
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Years ago I wrote a book while convalescing, had it typed up by some Soho ladies and took it round to a literary agency that in no time got it published in Britain, America, Sweden and Japan. Back on my feet and at my day job again, writing remained a habit — no, compulsion — but the first book’s follow-up was turned down, so its manuscript