Howard of Warwick: the world's best selling author of medieval crime comedy.
"Very, very good indeed... brilliant" BBC Coventry and Warwick.
Over 70,000 have graced his bookstall and more than 1,000 reviewers say things like "hilarious", "laugh out loud funny" and "stupid".
Howard is simply a humble chronicler with the blind luck to stumble upon the Brother Hermitage manuscripts. This young monk is clearly the archetype for many characters down the centuries but somehow, over the intervening years, those later figures started to know what they were doing. Brother Hermitage is more like Cadfael meets Clouseau.
Howard's work has been heard, seen and read, most of it accompanied by laughter and some of it by money. His peers have even seen fit to recognise his unworthy efforts with a prize for making up stories.
There are so many tales that they're starting to get out of hand:
The First Chronicles of Brother Hermitage
The Heretics of De'Ath (Available in paperback)
The Garderobe of Death (Available in paperback)
The Tapestry of Death (Available in paperback)
Continuing Chronicles of Brother Hermitage
Hermitage, Wat and Some Murder or Other
Hermitage, Wat and Some Druids
Hermitage, Wat and Some Nuns
Yet More Chronicles of Brother Hermitage
The Case of the Clerical Cadaver
The Case of the Curious Corpse
The Case of the Cantankerous Carcass
Interminable Chronicles of Brother Hermitage
A Murder for Mistress Cwen
A Murder for Master Wat
Some Seasonal Nonsense
Brother Hermitage's Christmas Gift
A Brother Hermitage Diversion (and free!)
Brother Hermitage in Shorts
And then there's Howard's insight into the great events of history and what might have happened - but probably didn't:
The Domesday Book (No, Not That One.) (Available in paperback)
The Domesday Book (Still Not That One) (Coming 2018)
The Magna Carta (Or Is It?) (Available in paperback)
There is now a dedicated web page www.Howardofwarwick.com. Dedicated to what, is more of a question.
The works of Howard of Warwick are now major books, with paper and everything, published by The Funny Book Company. www.funnybookcompany.com
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There is even tweeting @HowardofWarwick