Coffin dodgers: a nice review and new places to buy it

Cheery news on the book front: Malachi at has given Coffin Dodgers a really good review, and Smashwords has published the book to both Barnes & Noble and iBooks. The latter is a bit cheaper than everywhere else, and I have no idea why. When I find out, I’ll let you know. For now, IBOOKS BARGAIN etc :)

Update: I know what’s happened now. iTunes has various pricing tiers, and when the price is converted from dollars to pounds you don’t always end up with the price you expect. In many cases it ups the price, but in my case it cut it quite dramatically. You’ve got 24 hours before the pricing error is fixed :)

Here’s a bit of the review:

There has been a catastrophic collapse in the birth rate and an ageing population is reacting badly.

Sound familiar? If so, don’t jump to conclusions. Gary Marshall’s entertaining dystopian thriller is no Children of Men. His senior citizens are not just old. They’re old and rich.

Malachi’s review is here, and the Barnes and Noble and iBooks links are on the Coffin Dodgers page over here.

I hope you don’t mind the odd book plug here: I’ve no intention of turning this blog into a “BUY BUY BUY” monstrosity, but it’s nice to jump around when somebody says something nice about your work.