Richard Digance Books
The Man Who Sucked Sweets
A new humorous novel - hardback 224 pages - signed first edition - £15 inc P&P
Michael is a high-ranking barrister, based in Salisbury. Despite his standing in the legal profession he also has a passion for sweets and cuddly toys, in particular Stripped Bear, a toy that accompanies him to court which he travels to on his BMX bike. He reads in the local paper of the plight of a young author, Ruby Stevens, whose book has been plagiarised and he fights her case. It's a story of great humour that discovers things aren't quite what they seem.
Books That Never Quite Happened
'Richard Digance at his funniest' The Journal
Hardback 248 pages - signed first edition - £15 inc P&P
A fun collection of book descriptions with ridiculous titles that were thankfully never written. An hilarious way to also learn about classic books that, thankfully, were written. Romeo & Gillian, The Wind In The Widows, War & Pizza, 100 titles in all.
Songs That Never Quite Happened
Hardback 262 pages - signed first edition - £15 inc P&P
A follow-up fun collection of song descriptions with ridiculous titles that were thankfully never composed. An hilarious way to also learn about classic songs that, thankfully, were written. I've Got Flu Babe, Fridge Over Bubbled Water, Another One Bites The Crust, 100 titles in all.
A Cracker of a Murder Mystery
Who Dunnit And Who Didn't Dunnit
Hardback 240 pages - signed first edition - £15 inc P&P
How can a murder be so much fun? Quite simple, when it's told by Richard Digance. Imagine someone who writes pathetic jokes for Christmas crackers trying to write a serious murder mystery and you have the result within these pages.
Father Christmas's Journey
24 poems for everyone who believes
Now in its 3rd edition - £12 inc P&P
24 poems, one for each day of Advent. Poems to read to the little ones.
There is so much more about him, so much you should know
Did you know his beard is white because it's made of snow?
Football Is About To Burst
281 pages - Hardback signed first edition - £15 inc P&P
A football club is purchased by a high-flying Russian businessman but their star's player's father was killed in the Hungarian Uprising of the 1950s so he wants to leave. A serious story relating to today's world.