Screw Friendship and Pursue Friendship books

Breathtaking. Heartwarming.

Hold your breath and lose your heart over the unlikeliest hero. Say hello to Frank.

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Everybody has a problem

His name is Frank

Frank’s daughter Rosy is about to discover why her mother, her stepdad and even Frank’s own mother want nothing to do with the man. And Frank is about to discover that beyond his cafe there’s a whole world he can fix.

The Frank Friendship series is…

… a set of contemporary mysteries without sleuths, where the stakes are personal and the secrets run deep. It’s also one epic mystery — the story of a murder long before the events in the first book — told in a sequence of interlocking but unique novels.

Ready? Here’s the story so far…

What real readers say

“Fast paced, well written and highly entertaining. Funny and rude…” — Robert, UK

“It’s really hard to review as I was completely blown away by it and left somewhat speechless” — Naomi, Ireland

“Twisted, Unique, and Super Entertaining!!!” — Andrea, USA

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Genres Suck (get over it)

Monday 18th April 2016

Don’t get me started on genres. But whether you think genres take you on exhilarating new journeys or on a familiar trudge along worn-out paths where only the donkey droppings are fresh, there’s one thing for sure: you’re far more likely to go looking for a book if it’s similar to another book you liked.

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