Digby Literary Agency
Digby Literary Agency (Published: Jan 2020) is Paul Gallimore's latest novel to slot not very seamlessly into at least three genres at the same time: humour, straight-up mystery, plus the merest suggestion of paranormal shenanigans.
Here's a question for you. Can you seriously imagine how it would feel to get dumped by your fiancé and then lose your well paid commissioning editor's job, all within a matter of a few days?
Alright, maybe you can, but in Terry Digby's case that's barely the beginning, as a chance encounter draws the sulking, near-defeated, twenty-something into the risky world of counter-terrorism and undercover reporting for MI5.
Read and laugh as Terry falls into a giant hole and keeps on digging. Having written racist literature to help defeat the fascist Fifth Reich (strange way of going about it, I admit), he is obliged to write a bestselling romance novel in order to appease his mysterious saviour and benefactor.
With Europol snapping at his heels and the Kilburn Nazis watching his every move, Terry must try to keep his friends happy and rebuild his love-life, while simultaneously attempting to foil a plot to blow-up a famous football stadium. Will he succeed or will dark forces stop him in his tracks?
Being a very funny, feel-good novel, with some proper danger and derring-do and just a smidgen of romance in the mix (Don't worry chaps, nothing too slushy) you might guess he will succeed - but you could be wrong. Either way, the author guarantees that Digby Literary Agency is:
- Clever and sophisticated
When you think about it, that's right up your street isn't it? It's you to a tee.
So, based on what we've just discussed, I think you should buy it immediately. Quite Frankly.
Download a Kindle version here.