Pigeonwings is a wild comedy that features spear-wielding cub scouts, accidental transvestites, King Arthur, a super-intelligent sheepdog, hallucinogenic snacks, an evil peacock, old ladies with biscuits, naked paintball, stolen tractors, a clairvoyant computer, the Women’s Institute, and way too much alcohol
A retired London bank manager is yanked out of the suburbs by his eccentric aunt for a “cheerfully irreverent” romp across Europe.
From suffragettes to kidnappers, Peabody and Emerson find themselves up to their necks in a web woven of criminals and cults, stolen treasures, and fallen women. Peabody will need all her remarkable skills of detection and deduction — and family and friends — while ducking remorseless killers.
The 19th-century Egyptologist and her dashing husband, Emerson, return to Amarna, where they first fell in love. When Emerson is kidnapped, Amelia must rescue her husband, find the culprit, and save her marriage.
“A funny, hilarious romp with a dethroned Satan as he tries to adjust to modern suburbia. The breezy, ironic prose sets a perfect tone. If you need some laughs, here’s the remedy.” – F Paul Wilson
Ishmael Jones and Penny are forced to investigate the rumors behind a haunted house with a team of amateur ghost hunters, and becomes haunted by his own past.
Despite being a time traveler, time just isn’t on Cassie Palmer’s side as the war between earth and faerie escalates. To survive, she, vampire Senator Mircea Basarab, and war mage John Pritkin must become more than the sum of their parts.