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Burning Wolfhound, a novel

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You can buy my novel as an ebook or paper book. Available worldwide on Amazon.



Burning Wolfhound

Assassin Bernhart Smith chases American gangster Jack Davenport and his crew across the world, seeking revenge for a series of bloody murders. Setting out from the bleak North Norfolk coast of England in his ex-navy gunboat the Wolfhound, Bernhart continues the hunt through Rotterdam, Oldenzaal, Gibraltar, Monaco, Malta, Egypt, and India.

Reaching the Himalayan town of Darjeeling in pursuit of Jack, Bernhart finds his journey has not yet ended. Via sex, drugs, motorbikes and birdwatching, Bernhart’s fears and desires explode in a final gripping twist.

Burning Wolfhound, an action-adventure thriller, is set in 1968.


More information about the novel (click here)

Tower Bridge, London

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Reading Raymond Carver

I've had a Raymond Carver book out of the library for something like six months and got to the last selection of short stories. I nearly decided to take it back to the library today as felt like I was fed up with it, but I can't. I've learnt so much from reading it I must just read the rest.

Underworld: Jumbo

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Brother there's a little sale on, uh, vests at, uh, Walmart? ...nine dollar. / Oh yeah? / Eight something, yeah...nice little vest, light. https://youtu.be/zYxPFseieqQ

I got a qualification from Google!

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Started a novel today

I started a post apocalyptic novel today. I have to do one for my degree and finally got going on an idea I've had for ages.

My ideal reader or muse, no, not me

Save your eyes with f.lux

This software dims the white light on your display towards evening. Being dyslexic this is essential for me. I just found out I can manually dim the display further with keystrokes. I've used it for years. It's free, but after finding that feature I just sent them £5. https://justgetflux.com/