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Sporle-born Barry Boughen pens a double offering

Barry Boughen, 65, Sporle-born but now living in Great Cressingham, has written two new books.

They are, ‘Murder at the Seaside’ and ‘The Devil Rides – A Year of Sensuality’.

In Murder at the Seaside detective Joe Marks has been tasked with bringing the investigation into the murders of working girls in his home seaside town to a satisfactory conclusion.

author Barry Boughen (5126957)
author Barry Boughen (5126957)

Will he be able to do so? Is he the best man to be conducting the case?

His beautiful but fiery Polish born wife, Halina, wants him to take her to visit her parents in Katowice but will he be able to take her?

Although it is not specified, local people will notice that the story is set in an early 1960s Great Yarmouth.

‘The Devil Rides – A Year of Sensuality’ is a blockbuster of a novel and more than 600 pages long.

It is long and lusty, raw and raucous, and also sexually suggestive, but not too sexually explicit.

At 30 Tony Bifford seems to have it all. He lives in an ultra-modern house on the coast, has expensive cars and clothes and a million in the bank.

He actually feels he has little after losing the love of his wife, Steph, to her new friend, Mr Alcohol.

Tony’s other love is his cleaning lady and dear friend Jenny. She’s fifty-something and has a huge and hilarious character. She loves Tony dearly but realises their age gap is too great. She may be too old for Tony but is his wife’s niece too young?

Both of these books are available on Amazon with their ebook version being offered for around £3.

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