A British, freelance writer and novelist who specialises in humour and mysteries, with three distinct series to his credit.
The Sanford 3rd Age Club Mysteries; traditional British whodunits, sprinkled with humour. Amateur sleuths Joe Murray, Sheila Riley and Brenda Jump pit their wits against a variety of murderers as they travel the length and breadth of Great Britain with the Sanford 3rd Age Club. There are currently 14 in the series and #15 is due in the spring/summer of 2016.
The Midthorpe Mysteries: another set of British whodunits, but this time with the actual mystery relegated in favour of satire as wealthy novelist Raymond Baldock finds his ego punctured, especially when he goes home to Midthorpe, the much-hated estate where he grew up. His mother embarrasses him, his on/off girlfriend Lisa, can’t get enough of him, everyone hates him for being so successful, and his stress levels are through the roof. But he still manages to get his man.
Spookies Mysteries: A four-handed team of ghosthunters, three very much alive and a 100-year-old ghost, tackle hauntings aplenty, and usually find criminal intent irritating the spirits. Sceptre Rand and her two pals, the sceptical Pete Brennan and the jittery Kevin Keeley wander around old homes and schools trying to help the ghosts find peace, but find their own safety threatened, and they probably wouldn’t get through without the help of Sceptre’s long-deceased butler, Fishwick. Spooky, mysterious and thrilling with a side-serving of ghostly humour.
David Robinson lives on the outskirts of Manchester, NW England, with his wife and a crazy Jack Russell terrier named Joe (because he looks like a Joe).
Describing himself as the Doyen of Domestic Disasters, David can be found blogging at http://www.dwrob.com/blog and frequently appears on video, dispensing his cynical, domestic humour at https://www.youtube.com/user/Dwrob96/videos