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Wilkie Martin
Wilkie Martin sets his Unhuman series of novels in the Cotswolds, where he lives. He introduces readers to a close-knit, small-town community filled with quirky and occasionally dangerous inhabitants, and an 'unhuman' policeman who maintains law and order. Wilkie intersperses writing his novel... show more

Wilkie Martin sets his Unhuman series of novels in the Cotswolds, where he lives. He introduces readers to a close-knit, small-town community filled with quirky and occasionally dangerous inhabitants, and an 'unhuman' policeman who maintains law and order. Wilkie intersperses writing his novel with short stories and funny poems, which he enjoys performing and uploading to YouTube. His stories reflect his love of the enigmatic, with memorable characters and, like many of the latter, he has a taste for curry. He is a qualified scuba instructor and has dived in many places around the world and in the UK.His unhuman humorous cozy mysteries in this new comedy crime fantasy series include:unhuman I - Inspector Hobbes and the Bloodunhuman II - Inspector Hobbes and the Curseunhuman III - Inspector Hobbes and the Gold DiggersThey are available as eBook and in paperback.Inspector Hobbes and the Blood was shortlisted for the Impress Prize for New Writers 2012.
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Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Inspector Hobbes and the Bones by Wilkie Martin is an intriguing cozy mystery with comedic overtones. Because of a tree falling on his apartment, Andy Caplet needs to move back in with Inspector Hobbes and Mrs. Goodfellow. His wife as gone on an archaeological dig. In her absence, Andy goes on man...
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drallapaul rated it 5 years ago
The fourth novel in this series, this mystery thriller takes place in a Cotswold town with the annoying narrator, a clumsy fool called Andy Caplet (the type of humour which permeates this book), aiding Inspector Hobbes, a “unhuman”.The story involves all sorts of supernatural goings-on with two murd...
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
I received a free kindle copy of Inspector Hobbes & the Gold Diggers unhuman III (humorous mystery) by Wilkie Martin published by The Witcherley Book Company from NetGalley for fair review. I gave it four stars. It reached my quirky sense of humor.Andy Caplet, the disaster prone side kick of Inspect...
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book reviews forevermore rated it 7 years ago
Don’t you have those days when your brain just needs a break? I’ve been swamped this summer by the seriously un-fun Understanding Pathophysiology. After reading four or five chapters a week, there’s times when my brain craves a bit of shut-off, but my body isn’t ready to sleep. That’s what televisi...
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Introduction Bettylouise rated it 8 years ago
This is a new author for me as I don't usually read paranormal. I found the print easy to see. The story moved along fast. The characters intrigued me and keep my interest throughout the book. I didn't want to put it down. Question in my mind about Inspector Hobbes; is human? Andy an unemployed jour...
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