My free story for Christmas 2020! An outlaw for an inlaw. Take one policeman, his teacher husband, their big, slobbery dog and the puzzle of whether their Christmas guest is a goodie or a baddie.
Some of these stories contain adult themes.
Sloths Tales of everyday weresloths. (Yes, you read that right.)
Wolves of the West – what happens when mild-mannered werewolves find themselves embroiled in a scandal involving a Premiership footballer…
The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton– what did the famous cookery writer really get up to?
The adventures of Jonny Stewart, being Jonty’s great-nephew – Jonty wasn’t the only Stewart to have an inclination to go sleuthing.
God bless us every one – what happened to Tiny Tim after A Christmas Carol?
Oh what fools these mortals be – a Cambridge Fellows alternative universe story suitable for midsummer.
Three not-your-usual-shifter stories – a whimsical and slightly peculiar shifter trilogy.
twas but a dreame of thee – a Cambridge Fellows alternative universe story from Charlie and her partner in daftness, Jaccers.
Cambridge Fellows Universe:
Spies, Planes and Automobiles. A crossover between the Cambridge Fellows and Elin Gregory’s Eleventh Hour.
Jonty and Orlando being their usual daft selves in Sauce for the goose
Treacherous doings from St Bride’s great rival…The porters lodge – Stories from The College Next door.
Fancy a bit of Jonty, Orlando and Alan Turing? The Boy from Kings by Charlie Cochrane
Jonty and Orlando have a big falling out and need a touch of the Bard to rescue them. Charlie Cochrane Bloody Mathematicians
Jonty and Orlando go to the cricket – and mayhem ensues. Once We Won Matches.
Jonty and Orlando celebrate Christmas Charlie Cochrane_My True Love sent to me
Others, in order of when they’re set:
The first mystery I ever wrote (and it’s a medieval one!) A sort of proto Jonty and Orlando I think. A Man Lay Dead in Winter
My first published story, Aftermath, (from 2008!) now with added epilogue.
The bombs are raining down over London but romance is still possible! Blitz by Charlie Cochrane
A WWII veteran returns to Normandy Commission and Omission