Barnaby's Shorts (Volume 7)

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Ten short stories in a variety of genres, including another tale from the Vertigo labs in 'The Invisibility Cloak'; Emily plants her last two 'grow your own man' beans in 'When Danger of Frost is Past', and a tale of stalemate in a country lane in 'Impasse'. Is levitation really possible? Why do Tom's new curtains keep him awake at night? Answers to these questions and more in this new collection. More

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About Barnaby Wilde

Barnaby Wilde is the pen name of Tim Fisher.
Tim was born in 1947 in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, but grew up and was educated in the West Country. He graduated with a Physics degree in 1969 and worked in manufacturing and quality control for a multinational photographic company for 30 years before taking an early retirement to pursue other interests. He has two grown up children and currently lives happily in Devon.

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Review by: Elizabeth Rowan Keith on Jan. 15, 2014 :
There is no such thing as disappointment when reading Barnaby Wilde. All of the stories in this collection are well worth reading. As soon as I finished this collection, I began looking forward to the publication of the next volume. I'm sure I'm not alone.

"Chameleons" is evidence of a genius at work. That one, alone, is worth the price of this book. And there are many more than that. Highly recommended.
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Review by: David H. Keith on Jan. 13, 2014 :
Barnaby Wilde has a wonderful knack of spinning a fabulous yarn and this, his seventh collection of his shorts, is vintage Wilde. I find myself wondering if The Yarn Man isn't more autobiographical than fiction. I do look forward to your eighth collection. I'm hooked, ye sod.

David H. Keith
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Review by: Anna Scott Graham on Jan. 10, 2014 :
Another fabulous collection, with a story for just about every reader. My favourites were 'The Fourth Plinth', 'The Autograph Hunter', and 'Chameleons', and 'A Bed for One Night' was wonderful too. Highly recommended.
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