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growing pile in a drawer (or, these days, powerful external disc drive). Now, though, I have decided to confer cyber-immortality on them by publishing and making them available before the Grim Shredder inherits exclusive rights.
Most are novels, from semi-serious to wholly frivolous, including thrillers and a collection of stories for odd but bright children. There is also a series of five Wexyork Compact Classics: abridged translations, with notes, based on courses once taught for the overseas programme of an American university.
You won’t like everything but you may like something, and at least you can make up your own mind without having it made for you by an agency intern with someone else’s taste to second-guess.
All are now available as paperbacks or eBooks. Just click on a cover picture to be taken to its Amazon page.

Thank you for your interest.
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Years ago, convalescing, I wrote a book, had it typed up by some Soho ladies and took it round to a literary agency that had it published in Britain, America, Sweden and Japan.

Writing remained in my life as habit and therapy, but a demanding day job demoted it to second place, later productions being relegated to a soon