http://inspectormorrison.blogspot.co.uk/. If you have a moment, please free free to click and take a look. This blog continues the story of what happened to Inspector Morrison in Another Year in Tilling.
Also for anyone not attending the Gathering in Rye on 1st September I have printed a few copies of my abridged short story “Inspector Morrison and the Bicycle Picnic”: five thousand words of bucolic frolics of favourite Tilling folk through the leafy lanes of 1936 Sussex with a thrilling-ish denouement. If anyone would like a copy – signed and dedicated or not – please e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Copies are available for £3 plus UK P &P of £1.
After a happy but hectic Christmas with his wife and family at their semi-detached home “Braemar,” conveniently located just outside the ancient town of Tilling, Herbert Morrison, the Inspector commanding the town’s vigilant and valiant police, was enjoying the quiet few days between Boxing Day and New Years Eve.
The ensuing year featured work and play for Inspector Morrison in Tilling and further afield. Here is a short preview of a family holiday to Italy in the summer. Naturally, no right or interest is claimed in the charming soundtrack featuring the delightful and talented Miss Fields.....
Inspector Morrison stories have expanded our narrow existences and taught us the true meaning of Life and the Universe" ~ Bonar Law, Winifred Atwell, Noele Gordon, Gandhi, Cecil Beaton, Albert Einstein and Hans und Lotte Hass.