Christmas Books!

You may perhaps have noticed that my books don’t get reviewed or written about in the mainstream media anymore. And, naturally, I no longer get interviewed about them. Plus I’m banned or censored by most of the internet. Oh, and no one will take adverts for my books either.

So if I want anyone to read them I have to tell you about them myself.

If you’re thinking of buying books as presents this Christmas might I make a few suggestions?


  • The Young Country Doctor
    There are fifteen books in this series about a young doctor starting out in general practice in an English village called Bilbury. (It’s in Devon by the sea). The books are set in the 1970s and the village is the sort of place where no one locks their door and everyone keeps warm with log fires in winter. There’s a pub called the Duck and Puddle and a host of regular characters. And, as you can imagine, the doc has to deal with a range of unusual medical problems.
  • Mrs Caldicot
    There are four novels about Mrs Caldicot. The first book is called Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage War (which was turned into a very successful, award winning movie starring Pauline Collins as Mrs Caldicot). Mrs Caldicot is downtrodden and bullied. Her husband dies and her son puts her into a nursing home. Mrs Caldicot rebels and leads a revolution. That’s the story in a nutshell. The other books are Mrs Caldicot’s Knickerbocker Glory (when Mrs Caldicot runs her own nursing home), Mrs Caldicot’s Oyster Parade (when Mrs Caldicot and Co have adventures in Paris) and Mrs Caldicot’s Turkish Delight (Mrs Caldicot buys and runs a pier).
  • Dr Bullock’s Annals
    Vernon Coleman’s latest novel is about a young GP’s adventures. The book is set in Victorian England. It’s historically accurate and full of rollicking surprises. Probably not suitable for nervous maiden aunts.

Non fiction

I hope you have a Happy Christmas whether you buy one of my books or not. But if you do buy one of my books we’ll both have a better Christmas.