The Man from U.N.D.E.A.D.'s St. Valentine's Day Massacre
Amazon.com The Man from U.N.D.E.A.D.'s St. Valentine's Day Massacre
My review -
Agent Ward and the delicious Veronika are planning a Valentine’s night celebration when he is called to attend a case. A greetings card factory has been attacked, or rather, just about annihilated. Paper hearts and roses are scattered like confetti at an enthusiastic wedding. Green gelatinous goo is left at the site. What’s going on? You’ll have to read it and find out…..
Darren Humphries has hit upon a winning streak with this character and his writing has mellowed and grown more assured over the time I have been reading his work. I suspect Agent Ward’s humour, sarcasm, heavy irony and plain sense of fun are Darren’s own. When added to the imaginative scrapes in which our agent finds himself, it makes for a winning combination. Agent Ward fans, get your next fix here!
Here's a little seasonal offering not to me missed.
The Man From U.N.D.E.A.D.'s Christmas Carol
Amazon.com The Man From U.N.D.E.A.D.'s Christmas Carol
My review -
Agent Ward, The Man from U.N.D.E.A.D., stands on his doorstep on Christmas Eve, just as his love interest Veronika is preparing egg nog. The glowing features of his former boss, in the guise of his door-knocker, then tell him he is to visit Christmases past, present and future. He meets his younger self and ensures that Ward Junior henceforth nurses a burning desire to become and agent when he grows up. He meets a present day adversary in the Oxford HQ, then travels to a future in which it appears that he is already dead!
An egg nog will never be the same again! This is another little belter of a short story from the man who has created a genre all his own. This is a truly Wardic tale and a great Christmas offering from Darren Humphries. Merry Christmas!