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Saturday, 30 March 2013

Take a byte of digital Granny Smith

It’s Miss Marple on steroids!’

Another murder rocks the small Welsh town of Gilfach – the police are baffled, the corpse is getting colder and only Granny Smith, the intrepid pensioner sleuth stands between justice and all out anarchy.

Granny has a talent for mayhem and soon those talents are put to good use as our intrepid pensioner starts to unravel the case, which finds her provoking Chief Inspector Miskin as she comes up against a full scale police investigation, proving that you’re never too old to make a nuisance of yourself and that seventy-one is actually the new twenty-one.

Murder’s never been so much fun.

What others are saying about Granny Smith
" I liked the story, entertaining, easy to read."

“Imagine a seventy year old James Bond but with tits and you pretty much have Granny Smith.”

"Laugh out loud funny and Granny Smith is a wonderful invention"

"Granny Smith complete with pipe , what a vision... proves where there is a way she will take try it...enjoyed this book easy reading ."

“Does for South Wales what Hitler did for Poland.”

"Granny Smith -- a pipe-smoking senior citizen who listens to heavy metal and can't keep her nose out of other peoples' affairs. I fell in love with this character within the first couple of pages. The story never drags and the secondary characters, such as Granny's quirky son and submissive husband, are just as lovable as Granny herself." Amazon five star review for Granny Smith Investigates

And now Free for two more day: The first in the Granny Smith series

"Consider that Agatha Christie's Miss Marple was probably born in the 1860s. Granny Smith was born in the 1950s and was a teenager in the 1960s. Granny Smith answers the question how might Miss Marple have turned out had she matured with the societal changes that occurred during that period." Amazon five star review

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