I’ve just read and reviewed Banker’s Draft by Clive Mullis. It’s brilliantly funny!
Clive Mullis (1958 – and still going) spent his formative years in Hemel Hempstead and moved to Bedfordshire shortly after getting married. After thirty years as a paramedic he developed an emergency worker’s type sense of humour; a little bit black and a little bit off the wall. The consequence of this is that he enjoys writing quirky stories. And gorgeously quirky they are indeed! He is presently writing a second novel about Gornstock and its inhabitants, and I for one can’t wait to get my hands on it. In the meantime, below is more about the first – Banker’s Draft, and my review.
Private Investigators Jocelyn Cornwallis and Frankie are enjoying a quiet pint down their local when life suddenly becomes interesting; they meet Rose – and then they get a case.
A murder has been committed, and Cornwallis is brought in to solve the crime; but at the…
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