Eamonn Murphy


Eamonn Murphy was born and bred in Bristol in the south west of England many years ago. He grew man size but retained childish interests like science fiction, fantasy and comic books. Never settling to a career he earned beer money on building sites and in call centres. He has a perfectly useless degree in Humanities and History from the Open University. Now, aged, bent and broken, he lives in a quiet cottage with a nice lady where he types reviews for sfcrowsnest and stories for Alban Lake, Nomadic Delirium Press and other small press publications.


Mars Station Beta
Mars Station Beta is the second base on Mars. No one knows what happened to the first base, and now we get a look at what's happening on the new base.
The Spirit of Mars
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The Infestation
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Fixing Forcalquier
Price: Free! Words: 72,170. Language: British English. Published: June 24, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
When a Tyrannosaurus Rex from the Jurassic era and an American businessman from the 21st century are magically transported to mediaeval Provence they threaten to change the past and imperil the future. A celestial entity called the Fixer sends the sorcerer Orph and his wily assistant Orcas to sort things out and put history back on track. Epic fantasy adventure.
All You Need is Yesterday
Price: Free! Words: 4,050. Language: British English. Published: June 24, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
In a Dystopian future London, desperate survivors of a nuclear war find hope when they discover a cryogenic facility where the best people from the past were frozen: heroes who could help them rebuild civilization. But to get to it and waken the great ones they must battle their way through hordes of deadly mutants.
The Spirit of Mars
Series: Mars Station Beta. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,460. Language: English. Published: April 12, 2018 by Nomadic Delirium Press. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Things are tense on Mars Station Beta. No one knows what happened to Station Alpha, and things on Earth are threatening to boil over and envelop Mars. In the midst of all of this, Wyatt Finch is about to welcome his 16 year old son to Mars, a boy genius who also has a penchant for troublemaking...
The Union Man...and other stories
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 13,250. Language: English. Published: January 9, 2018 by Nomadic Delirium Press. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
The Union Man and other stories brings you three stories from Eamonn Murphy. An interrogator (torturer) for MI5 is accused of a murder, a murder he couldn’t have committed, but where his investigation takes him will not only change his life, but it will forever change the world. Happy is a drug that has been legalized in England, but no one can expect the consequences of what that legalization wil
Choices and Other Stories
Price: Free! Words: 29,580. Language: British English. Published: December 22, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
Choices and Other Stories by Eamonn Murphy is a mixed bag of fantasy tales, many with a touch of romance. Inside you will find a builder who meets his match when he picks up a witch in a bar; A girl haunted in the Mountains of Mourne; another who discovers that the villagers in her new home have a strange secret. There's also brick eating worms from outer space and an 18th-century love triangle.
Arnos Hell
Price: Free! Words: 34,470. Language: British English. Published: October 15, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Bob Harding is a health advisor at an NHS helpline in a call centre built on a graveyard. One Halloween night, a disgruntled spectre locks the staff in and announces he’s going to kill them all. To save himself, his colleagues and his girlfriend Bob must overcome his greatest fear. A spooky supernatural tale laced with humour.
Five Little Horrors
Price: Free! Words: 13,930. Language: English. Published: October 3, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
Macabre fiction in the short form here. These five little horrors include voodoo cake decoration, a dentist, alien vampires, human sacrifice and a fly, or is it the Lord of the Flies? Best read in broad daylight.
Consarn Christmas and Other Stories
Price: Free! Words: 38,610. Language: British English. Published: September 12, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Consarn Christmas and Other Stories contains eight science-fiction stories by Eamonn Murphy which were originally published in Perihelion SF magazine and one extra. They feature time travel, robots, a Dystopian future and an alien invasion. This is over thirty thousand words of fun, readable SF in the tradition of the Golden Age.

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Smashwords book reviews by Eamonn Murphy

  • The Tulku of Titan and The Terror of Titan on June 17, 2018
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    This is a great little collection. Both stories take place on Titanville, a hydrocarbon processing plant orbiting Saturn's moon. For a full review see https://www.sfcrowsnest.info/the-tulku-of-titan-and-the-terror-of-titan-by-mike-morgan-ebook-review/
  • 3 of a Perfekt Pear on June 17, 2018
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    This collection features three stories from the mind of Daniel C. Smith. In 'Artemis One' a distress signal is received from the moon - but no ships have gone there since the 1970's! In 'The Proteus Effect' there's a mystery on Ganymede when scientists kill each other for no apparent reason. The collection concludes with 'theirownspace' a future tale of kids, cyberspace and disgruntled parents. Nothing is quite what it seems here and I was reminded of the classic SF stories by Philip K. Dick. For a full review see https://www.sfcrowsnest.info/3-of-a-perfekt-pear-by-daniel-c-smith-ebook-review/
  • Nano-Bytes on Aug. 05, 2018

    ‘Nano-Bytes’ is a collection of short-shorts by Daniel C. Smith which I bought because I rather liked ‘3 Of A Perfekt Pear’, his collection of long short stories. First up is ‘Macro-Virus’, an amusing tale about a grad student on an exploratory hike in Chaco Canyon, an important native American historical site with two professors of archaeology. They are hoping to make some new discovery about the vanished Anasazi people. The opening crisis is that their jeep is broken down in the middle of nowhere and their phones won’t work. The disrespectful first-person narrator made this fun and the idea behind the story was clever. All parents want to give their children every advantage in life. Currently, that might mean getting them a good education. In the future, as set out in ‘Real Good Looking Boy’, it’s expensive genetic enhancements. Ted Norris and his wife want only the best for little Davey and make huge sacrifices. When you get to the end of this story, you can see where the idea came from. An SF take on a perennial parental problem. For rest of review go to: https://www.sfcrowsnest.info/nano-bytes-by-daniel-c-smith-ebook-review/