The Case of the Curious Corpse, the eighth Chronicle of Brother Hermitage, is finding its way onto paper. Nearly every page has writing on it, but the tale is no more illuminating than it was in electronic form. Many people have said kind things about it, so perhaps it’s not an entire waste of ink… try it here

The Case of The Clerical Cadaver has now inked itself all over some paper. As well as the electronic version, the cadaver is available in paper form for those who prefer their electrons firmly bound to the page. And it’s posted free to the UK with my name scribbled on the inside – sorry about that.

What do you know? This social isolation business has done the scriptorium no end of good. Another title out already, although this one has a horrible air of finality about it. The King’s Investigator brings back all those old favourites to taunt Hermitage one more time. The danger is real, the peril is palpable – the rest is nonsense…

Coming to a book repository near you very soon, The 1066 via Derby.

The Normans are in town; beware, be careful or be dead.

When Brother Hermitage is presented with a perfectly natural dead body to deal with, he doesn’t believe a word of it.

It’ll be murder, of course it will be murder. And it probably won’t have come alone…

The 18th Chronicle of Brother Hermitage brings the Normans home to roost, and the fox in already in the hen house…