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The River Hall Chronicles

A new trilogy from James Philip

Things Can Only Get Better and the other two books in the River Hall Chronicles Trilogy are a satirical take on a wide range of modern social and sexual mores.

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The Timeline Saga

17 books across three inter-related series with almost two million words to date and at least 11 more books to come. Never has an alternative history been more engaging.

New England Books

New York – July 1976 – in a World in which New England remains the sparkling jewel in the crown of the British Empire.

Books 2 & 3 coming soon!

River Hall Chronicles

Welcome to DDGC Central – be warned you are about to enter the Home World of Drop Dead Games Corp. a sub-division of United World Geosystems…

First three books coming soon!

The Bomber War Series

Until the Night is the centerpiece and foundation of series of books; prequels and sequels but also several standalone ‘companion’ work under the title of ‘The Bomber War Series’. Includes the Until The Night mini-series books.

Cricketing Non-Fiction

A collection of cricket biographies and writing, some written by the author others written by James’ father and edited and republished by James Philip

Guy Winter Mysteries

Follow the adventures of the man his fellow policemen call the ‘Mystery Man’ through the London Blitz and beyond in WWII England.

Harry Waters Series

We ask our service men and women to do remarkable and occasionally, terrible things in our names. We ask them to fight in other people’s wars, to pick up the pieces, to do things we have no right to ask them to do.

Frankie Ransom

Detective Inspector Frankie Ransom prides herself on being ‘third generation Met’ – her father was head of the old Flying Squad, her grandfather retired as deputy head of CID at Scotland Yard – but suspects the Force she loves has long since fallen out of love with her.

Strangers Bureau Series

In Interlopers we discover that not all is well within the mysterious, ultra-secretive Security Committee for Interloper Affairs. For seven decades SCIA’s work has remained a dark secret within the underbelly of French Governments throughout war and peace.