In all Probability: A collection of short stories

Steve Morris (2009)

Cult debut short story collection based on fate, karma, chance encounters and revenge. Considers how the course of life flows after brief encounters. Ideal for quick coffee breaks.

Iron Dogs

Two men are murdered a third survives. They are thousands of miles apart yet they have one common denominator. They all testified against a career criminal called Banks. He went to jail but escaped and is seeking revenge.
The survivor is Peterson, he is hiding in Canada's frozen north but someone in the police force is after him. Who is the mole?

My Year with Cancer

Here is the true and honest story of a man who out of the blue fell victim to oesophageal cancer in mid-life and fought back. He takes the reader from his incomprehension at the moment of diagnosis, to his bewilderment, then acceptance, the battle and finally the all-clear. He does not spare us the disappointments, pain, loneliness and much more!

Jagger

Lionel Jagger, head of English at Mincliffe College in rural Worcestershire, is found dead in bed one morning, with his throat cut. Twenty-eight years old, erudite, talented, popular: an unlikely victim of murder. Inspector Wickfield and his assistant Sergeant Spooner trawl through his life, leaving no stone unturned to catch the cunning killer.

No Cousin of Mine

Derek Smith (2010)

The book covers the author’s two years serving as a National Serviceman in the RAF on number 256 night fighter squadron in Western Germany. It includes some of the author’s adventures with his comrades. The stories range from funny to slightly strange, and some just totally mad. The foreword is written by John Noakes a famous Blue Peter presenter who served with the author.

JOSS

Fred Maddox (2011)

Joss Hinchcliff was at a disadvantage from the moment he was born. He lived a hard life but one day he found an abandoned vintage car which he re-built, it was no ordinary car. Whilst out on a road test one day, it whisked him away to a mysterious place which would change his life forever.

Once Upon a Game - my precarious career as a games inventor

Find out about the intriguing, sometimes frustrating, world of games inventing from someone who has spent 55 years exploring it and has had over 50 different games marketed, selling around 3 million in more than 20 countries. There is also a glimpse into the fun and toil of co-writing 20 books. He didn't get rich – it doesn't work like that!

Onwards and Upwards

This is a sequel to Chris’ memoirs, packed with tales that will make you laugh and cringe. The book covers a broad spectrum of subjects, intended to stimulate your mind and focus your thoughts. You will journey through decades of social living, enjoying Chris’ experiences and opinions, comparing behavioural attitudes and values, past and present.

Jumble Tales

Steve Morris (2010)

Dark short story collection where things are never quite what they seem. Cynical soccer players, sinister secret departments and psychological sharpshooters.