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Flying Pigs, Is a collection of adult humour presented as short stories for tall people and tall stories for short people.
Dumplings to Demon Dogs; is a collection of adult humour and mystery with a Norfolk twist.
My father left a small case which contained letters, documents and photographs which have formed the basis for this book. Norfolk Secrets.
Colkirk Boy is Ken's first serious novel. Set in rural Norfolk it is based on the lives, times and experiences of his father and grandfather.
This book is a collection of my memories experiences and stories from growing up in Fakenham, through the time when I lived and worked abroad to my return to my roots.
The Fens can be a mysterious and haunting place, especially during a Fen Blow. The dark soil can form ghostly shapes as it swirls and dances on the bleak landscape. Many generations have lived and died there...
This has to be the funniest book ever written. It is so funny that the editor actually wet herself several times before she could get to the end.
Only the lucky get old and if you are lucky to be old, what’s it like? My grandma said there is no fun in growing old, so was she right?
Grandad and the Magic Glasses: follows the hilarious adventures of Grandad and his grandsons Ryan and Mikey.
In volume two Grandad and the Time Machine, Grandad, Ryan and Mikey solve several strange clues and use some magical objects to transform their secret shed into something unbelievable
Throughout their adventures Grandad, Ryan and Mikey find several references to Robin. In Grandad and the Search for Robin their travels lead them to solve the greatest mystery of all...
Priti and Snowdrop are best friends. They live with other ponies and horses as well as Marmalade the cat and a bird called Robin, on a wonderful stable yard, deep in the English Countryside.
Throughout his hilarious escapades Herbert is trying to come to terms with his obsession for a girl who he sees as a sex goddess, the one and only Chesty Mullens.
The story continues, Herbert still has strange dreams and trifle starts to become very important in his life.
When the terrible explosion destroyed the custard factory, the criminal gang were believed to have been vaporised.
Ken and his daughter Angie have co-authored the series "The Diaries of Robin's Toys" for Sweet Cherry Publishing.
Ken and his daughter Angie have co-authored the series "The Diaries of Robin's Travels" for Sweet Cherry Publishing.
There is a special relationship between the past and the present and that is; everything in the past was once in the present and anything that is in the present will soon be in the past.