Born in Manchester, England, the writer grew up against a background of rainy avenues, cold
weather and laughs. The decent, genuine and caring people of the time had much influence
on our man as everything seemed to be viewed with a smile.
Having lived and worked in many areas of the world Peter Dorney now lives in Singapore from
where he writes novels under the 'Typical English Humour' genre.
Two of his four books available on Smashwords are set in Singapore...another is set in Bali and the
fourth in Manchester. Humour is the common thread throughout all the works...and anyone who
enjoys English Humour will find his work an uplifting joy to read.
Peter Dorney now heads laughingly into his dotage under tropical skies...while still churning out the laughs in enjoyable
books, any of which would make a smashing film...or four.
The warm and friendly characters from ‘Chinese Takeaway’ return in this
even-more chaotic romp that reveals their second year of experiences while teaching
This time there’s a gem-smuggling ring to be exposed…an attempted murder…
an island kidnapping - and a Changi Jail experience for the teachers.
In the midst of which the laughs continue to leap out at the reader...get reading!
Seven Aussie teachers take up work in tropical Singapore for a couple of years.
This book covers their first year of madness and mayhem as they seek to
come to grips - always slippery - with life under steamy skies.
The story bounces along as the likes of Chinese New Year - a Thai long weekend - Feng Shui for beginners -
a Typical Chinese Wedding ...and more leap off the pages wrapped in fun.
Step into the the world of England in the Fifties as two young lads sit on a couple of top-steps outside
two terraced houses taking in the world in rainy, cold Manchester ...and that's just in summer.
The story is real, nostalgic, decent, and fun...lots of fun.
Mickey Dripping and Kenny Riley see life passing through rain-soaked cobbled streets in a story to touch the heart and the funny bone.
Bali & Chips
English-born Mo Swindlehurst has the role of P.R. Manager at Bali's swanky Bali Batik Hotel and cares
mostly for 'repeat' guests from previous years. They return yearly and take the same rooms...sit on the same
poolside loungers and enjoy the same 'exotic' meals - Chips on banana leaves - daily.
Various dramas come the way of Mo ...and the tale evolves on many fronts...all full of fun.
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