• Wox by J.V. Kelly

    Police are baffled when two Canadian grey she-wolves are stolen from a small Dorset zoo. This novel is set in the early 1980s against the background of foxhunting in the New Forest. Hunt saboteur Mike Sanders has a spark of an idea that quickly grows into an obsession. But will the road to good intentions end in disaster?

    Only £1.99 for Kindle at Amazon.co.uk.

  • Time Gentlemen by Craig P. Kelly

    The Adventures of Jack and Joe is a science fiction comedy featuring private detectives Jack and Joe. Time Gentlemen follows the exploits of our heroes as they travel back and forth through time and inadvertently save the human race.

    Only £1.99 for Kindle at Amazon.co.uk.

  • Clocking Out by Craig P. Kelly

    Jack and Joe, Scunchester's third best private detectives, are hired by Scunchester's premier archaeologist Xavier Hunt to use their time machine to get hold of the pick of historical artefacts direct from the source without having to do any of that messy digging. Follow our heroes as they steal, lie and cheat their way through history.

    Only £1.99 for Kindle at Amazon.co.uk.

  • The Time Watch by Craig P. Kelly

    The third novel in the Adventures of Jack and Joe series pits our heroes (in the loosest sense) against the Time Watch, the guardians of time and self-appointed temporal police force.

    Jack and Joe, rogue time travellers, are hunted down and the only thing that can save them is time itself.

    COMING SOON

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TIME GENTLEMEN

Time Gentlemen "When two deadbeat brothers accidentally steal a time machine, the consequences have already happened. Or will happen. Or will have been happening. Look, just read the book will you? It'll be easier on the both of us. I'm going for a lie down."
The Adventures of Jack and Joe is a science fiction comedy featuring private detectives Jack and Joe. Time Gentlemen follows the exploits of our heroes as they travel back and forth through time and inadvertently save the human race.

Along the way they get themselves in trouble with the police, prevent the assassination of a world leader, discover a virtual world, make a robotic enemy, rescue a naked woman, make a rival detective envious and track down a missing cat. And all the while people keep trying to kill 'em!

And best of all there are no loose ends! Probably*.

This is Craig P. Kelly's first novel. He thought it was a good idea at the time.
*Absence of loose ends is not guaranteed.

CLOCKING OUT

Time Gentlemen Jack and Joe, Scunchester's third best private detectives, accidentally stole a time machine and since then business has been booming. Well, alright, perhaps not booming but they've at least been able to make ends meet. To be honest, the bottom had fallen out of the detecting business so they had branched out as amateur archaeologists. Hired by Scunchester's premier dirt-scraper Xavier Hunt, the brothers use their time machine to get hold of the pick of historical artefacts direct from the source without having to do any of that messy digging.

So when Hunt challenges them to recover the fabled sword Excalibur from the mythical King Arthur, what could go wrong? The answer: just about everything. Follow our heroes as they steal, lie and cheat their way through history. In the meantime, Alyssa's life is in grave danger, two old men really want their time machine back and a robot with a headache is having an identity crisis. It'll all make sense by book three...

Clocking Out is the much delayed sequel to Craig P. Kelly's first book Time Gentlemen. He may have ignored some loose ends and imagines he'll be getting letters about this.
 

THE TIME WATCH

In Space, no one can hear you pee.

Jack and Joe, Scunchester's infamous deadbeat time travellers, travel to the future and boy do they regret it. Their exploits have finally come to the attention of the galaxy's only temporal justice department - the Time Watch.

Trapped in orbit around Earth and hunted by two dogged Time Watch agents, the intrepid siblings must deal with an alien invasion, a rogue robot that they may or may not have encountered before, and really bad computer graphics.

Will Jack survive being squashed in the plumbing? Will Joe ever remove his tweed jacket? Will the old man reveal his real name? Who has the best castle? All these questions and less may or may not be in anwered in... the Time Watch. Coming soon to a Kindle near you, if I can persuade you to part with some dosh.