Accidental Valentines

For travelling salesman Beckman Spiers, February 14th is the same every year—just another day. He’ll never enjoy the romantic success that his smooth-talking arch-rival Tyler does.
Except this year might be different. When Beckman’s neighbour gets dumped on Valentine’s Day, she needs some company. It’s only a friendly takeaway… isn’t it? More
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About Chris Towndrow

I've been a multi-genre author since 1991.

My most lauded work to date is 2019's “Tow Away Zone”, a quirky small-town black comedy, set in modern day Arizona. It has shades of the Coen Brothers’ film canon, and the black comedy Grosse Pointe Blank. It’s been well-received by readers, with 5* reviews on Amazon.

In 2020 I published the sequel – “Go Away Zone” - which take the characters into a romcom caper with more love and livelihoods at stake.
In 2021 I completed the trilogy with cozy mystery "Stow Away Zone".

My sci-fi journey started with space opera “Sacred Ground” being published on Kindle in 2012. It explores the deliberate, and accidental, casualties of a long interstellar war. It’s about uncertainty, faith, and the consequences of actions.

In 2018 I self-published my 2nd sci-fi novel – “Imperfect Isolation - which embraces robotics, asteroid mining and a snowy drive in an 80-year-old Porsche. It's a wild ride for my wisecracking heroine Enna.
The sequel, “Reprisals”, followed in 2019. In early 2021 I released the 3rd instalment, “Trip Hazard”, and in 2022 the 4th book in the series - "Freeze Effect".

Years ago I penned a collection of offbeat humorous stories and vignettes inspired by the style of early Woody Allen prose. “Igbad's Rollerblading Stunts and other stories” is basically a window into my nonsensical side.

My main project for 2022 is a dystopian drama which follows the tension of a family of four stuck for weeks in a nuclear shelter.

I'm also querying a historical romance Western, which was developed from an old screenplay script. It explores prejudice against the deaf community and the Native Americans, as a man struggles to reconnect with his lost son and come to terms with his own failings.

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