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Love is not lost in any circumstances.

22nd June 2017

“I loved the book Twelve Troubled Jurors recently available. It was very interesting to find out what goes on in the court room, and how the jurors come to a …

A great read and looking forward to the next in the series (5 stars)

16th June 2017

This is the latest book in the Novella series by Tony Drury. This short story is a fascinating tale about the trials and tribulations that each and every jury faces, …

‘Twelve Troubled Jurors’ gets 5 Star Amazon review.

15th June 2017

An intriguing insight into human behaviour and our court system. Another great short read from Mr Tony Drury. The storytelling engages you so much you really do want to know …

Twelve Troubled Jurors review

13th June 2017

Latest review from the Girly Book Club

Tony Visits Japan

31st May 2017

In his capacity as Chairman of Ganapati plc, Tony last week travelled to Tokyo to chair a two day Board Meeting. Ganapati produces games for the gaming sector across Europe …

Tony’s novella approach to recasting old film classics

20th April 2017

Leighton Buzzard Observer Article

Novella wins worldwide review

17th April 2017

The following review of ‘Lunch With Harry’ has been posted by Jennifer in California on the website of the 35,000 member Girly’s Book Club. I just finished my most recent …

City Fiction signs new author

07th April 2017

The Company’s growing activities are being bolstered by the recruitment of Oliver (“Olly”) Richbell. A lawyer specialising in Dispute Avoidance and Mediation, Olly has played a significant role in preparing …

Super review of ‘Lunch With Harry’

07th April 2017

A lovely review from one of Tony’s regular readers. “I thoroughly enjoyed the piece and it was one of the rare occurrences where I really couldn’t put it down until …

Publisher Dave is on the move…

27th March 2017

Dave and Carol Lyons have fulfilled their ambition by moving to the Shropshire Hills. Their new home in Church Stretton overlooks the Long Mynd range of hills near to the …

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