Not that anyone, hardly, seems to read in that godforsaken hole. But I shall, undaunted, kick off with
Insufficient Work for the Undertaker
Your contributions welcomed, as are thoughts on whether this ought to go in a separate Fantasy Archers compartment or stay within The Archers for the time being.
The Who Always Rings Twice?
Tis Pity She’s A Horrobin
The Story of Ooooohhh Noooooo
Love it! Reminds me of one of the all-time classic album titles: Caravan’s For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night. Excellent album, too!
Love these, especially the first. But you are a partial ratbag, you know. Oonoo was next on me list.
Oh well, more Allingham, then.
Police at the Teashop.
An Inspector Doesn’t Call.
The Mystery of the Missing Bunting
Baking for Idiots
Does David Dream of Electric Sheep?
Something Titchener This Way Comes
I Was Told There’d Be Cake
How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, by Toby Fairbrother
Ruth Archer and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Fancy women and stepbrats
Fear and Loathing in Brookfield
Susan’s Out of Curiousity Shop.
A Christmas Carol and Christine.
The Bottle Imp and how to arrange them.
Let’s not forget the children:-
Jack and Jill’s, Book of Nursery Rhymes
Alice’s Adventure’s in Balloon-arch Land
and of course: Joe Grundy’s Cider Club Rules.
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From Usha With Love
[/quote] … and, of course, La Carre’s “The Usha House”.
“How Green Was My Herbal Lay ?”.
Hundreds published by the ©Ambridge University Press
Am I allowed a title with no editing?
Cold Comfort Farm.