A Quick Word on Charlie Brock...

A Quick Word on Charlie Brock…

‘Who Jinxed Jesse James?’ marks the fourth entry in the escapades of Charlie Brock, a freelance sports writer and amateur sleuth who often, quite unintentionally, finds himself embroiled in a mystery, be it missing footballers, kidnapped boxers, or the discovery of a dead body on the largely crime-free Isle of Cumbrae. The series – penned …

Who Jinxed Jesse James? by Alex Gordon: Available for pre-order!

Jesse James – real name, Frank – shoots straight from the lip: the controversial gossip columnist makes a living sullying the reputations of the elite and, like his Wild West counterpart, is no stranger to infamy. But there’s something different, something sinister, about this latest series of letters in his mailbox. ‘Stay away from CC,’ the letters warn in red writing. One small snag: James has no idea who – or what – CC is. Following a suspiciously close collision with a black Ford Fiesta, he has no choice but to swallow his considerable ego and seek help.

Cue the entrance of James’ former colleague, freelance sports journalist and amateur sleuth, Charlie Brock, who soon becomes entangled in the mystery surrounding the identity of the enigmatic scribe; the individual James has taken to calling ‘The Red Phantom’…

Who Jinxed Jesse James? is the fourth entry in the thrilling Charlie Brock mystery series and is available for pre-order. Anyone who pre-orders has the option of having the book delivered or picking up their signed copy at the launch on December 5th at The Iron Horse. For more info on the event click here.

A Subtle Sadness by Sandy Jamieson

A Subtle Sadness is an examination of 100 years of Scottish political (and social and cultural) history as seen through its effects on the Protestant Hunter and Catholic Coyle families, from the 1890s to 1990, culminating in the activities of Frank Hunter. He has considerable talents both political and football  but also has a capacity for self-destruction massive even by the high standards of West of Scotland males. A Subtle Sadness is also a rigorous review of a century of the Scottish fight for home rule and independence  as seen through the eyes of Mary Ewing, a doughty fighter all her life. It outlines her six key rules of Scottish politics including why independence is inevitable.  This second edition will be published in 2020 and is available for pre-order.

 

 

 

 

Fiction: Forthcoming Titles

Displaying 1–2 of 2
  • A Subtle Sadness by Sandy Jamieson

    A Subtle Sadness is an examination of 100 years of Scottish political (and social and cultural) history as seen through its effects on the Protestant Hunter and Catholic Coyle families, from the 1890s to 1990, culminating in the activities of Frank Hunter. He has considerable talents both political and football  but also has a capacity for …

  • Who Jinxed Jesse James? by Alex Gordon: Available for pre-order!

    Jesse James – real name, Frank – shoots straight from the lip: the controversial gossip columnist makes a living sullying the reputations of the elite and, like his Wild West counterpart, is no stranger to infamy. But there’s something different, something sinister, about this latest series of letters in his mailbox. ‘Stay away from CC,’ …


Powered by eShop v.6

Ringwood Publishing Limited is a company incorporated under the Companies Acts and registered in Scotland with company number SC482600