New books by Vernon Coleman – all available as eBooks on Amazon.

 

There is more information about these books on the Amazon site (where readers will also find reviews). For a full list of books by Vernon Coleman which are available as kindle books on Amazon, simply type ‘vernon coleman kindle books’ into the Amazon search engine.

 

Cheese Rolling, Shin Kicking and Ugly Tattoos: Searching for England (2015)

Vernon Coleman, together with his wife Antoinette, travels through England, from Sidmouth in the south to Buxton in the north of the Peak District. In this offbeat travel book with a difference the author looks for evidence that the English are still alive, kicking and eccentric. They visit Taunton, Wells, Lacock, Stroud, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Hereford, Stratford upon Avon, Bakewell, Eyam and Buxton and learn a great deal about England and the English.

 

Are You Living With a Psychopath? The 39 simple ways you can diagnose a psychopath (2015)

Exactly what the title says it is – a guide to spotting psychopaths. One in five people is a psychopath. How many do you know?

 

Psychiatry: Black art and confidence trick: A short monograph explaining  (2015)

Dr Coleman explains why psychiatry is not a science and why psychiatrists should not be trusted.

 

One Thing After Another (2015)

A collection of essays selected from over 5,000 articles written by Vernon Coleman over the last 50 years.

 

Bloodless Revolution (2015)

First published in 2009, this is the revised and updated edition. Bloodless Revolution includes two dozen life changing things we can do when we’ve got rid of the political parties. ‘Revolutions are only impossible before they take place. Afterwards, they were inevitable.’ – Vernon Coleman.

 

Stories with a Twist in the Tale (2015)

Most of these stories have a twist in the tale. Some have a medical flavour. Some are pure fiction. Some are autobiographical. Some are a mixture of all these.

 

Doctor in Paris (2015)

This novel about a doctor who moves to Paris, to work as the resident doctor for a hotel catering for tourists, is written under the penname Dr Blake Marvel.  Things get out of hand when the doctor discovers that in addition to looking after British and American tourists he is also expected to provide medical services for the ladies of pleasure who work in a nearby brothel.

 

Balancing the Books (2015)

The author of this novel is listed as Donald Quixote – another of Vernon Coleman’s many pseudonyms. A widow avenges her writer husband, who killed himself after a series of cruel reviews on Amazon, by murdering the reviewers. She takes to murder with surprising ease.

 

Bugger Off and Leave Me Alone (Vernon Coleman’s Diaries Book 3) (2014)

The third volume of Vernon Coleman’s diary.

 

Just Another Bloody Year (Vernon Coleman’s Diaries Book 2) (2014)

The second volume of Vernon Coleman’s diary.

 

Stuffed! (2104)

Vernon Coleman explains why things are never again going to be the way they used to be. He discusses banking, immigration, the economy, the EU, the nanny State, inflation, our bonus culture, disappearing privacy, benefits and expectations, our creaking infrastructure – and so on. He explains why Britain is well and truly stuffed.

 

Second Chance (2014)

First published under the title `Second Innings’ this novel is a joyful romp of a novel set in the idyllic English countryside. This is the story of Biffo Brimstone who overcomes the adversity of modern life by, quite simply, running away.  A train journey takes him to a part of the country he has never visited before and he finds himself in the village of Fondling-Under-Water

 

Is This What Really Happened (2014)

Vernon Coleman’s imaginary account of what might have happened if Elvis Presley had lived – and runaway to live in Paris. Widely praised by reviewers for its authenticity. (Antoinette Coleman spent a year researching Elvis so that Vernon’s novel would be accurate in every detail.)

 

Revolt (2014)

First published in hardback under the pen name Robina Hood, Revolt is based on a true story which has not happened yet. ‘I enjoyed reading Revolt. I fear that much of the book may come true.’ – Nigel Farage MEP, leader of UKIP.

 

The Truth Kills (2014)

A constantly surprising medical drama about a busy GP. ‘Very funny indeed,’ said Country Life magazine.

 

Thomas Winsden’s Cricketing Almanack (2014)

‘It’s a very, very funny book’ said the Sunday Times when this was first published in 1983. This is, of course, a spoof edition of Wisden – now widely regarded as a classic.

 

 

Men in Bras, Panties and Dresses: The Secret Truths about Transvestites (2014)

A much revised version of the widely quoted Men in Dresses, this book is now considered by many to be an essential reference work. Contains the results of the biggest ever survey of crossdressers.

 

The Wisdom of Animals (2014)

Co-written with Donna Antoinette Coleman

This book provides evidence that animals are more sensitive, more loving and more thoughtful than many people believe.  The authors show that all animals are capable of altruistic behaviour and explain that animals communicate with one another, have powerful imaginations and artistic skills and possess excellent memories.  

 

Diary of a Cricket Lover (2014)

A revised version of a diary written in 1984 and published in 1985. It is usual for cricketers to write a diary summarising their season. This is the autobiography of a spectator who travelled around England looking for cricket matches to watch.  (Three excerpts from this book were selected for ‘All in a Day’s Cricket’, Brian Levison’s 2012 ‘anthology of outstanding cricket writing’.

 

I Hope Your Penis Shrivels Up (2014)

Questions and answers from Vernon Coleman’s hugely popular agony column in The Sunday People newspaper. The column ran from 1993 to 2003 and ended when Vernon resigned because the newspaper would not allow him to oppose the Iraq War.

I Hope Your Penis Shrivels Up (Book 2) (2014)

More questions and answers from Vernon Coleman’s hugely popular agony column in The Sunday People newspaper.

 

Twelve Essential medical truths which could save your life (2014)

Originally published as Coleman’s Laws, this book has defined 12 simple rules for dealing with doctors and hospitals  – each of these laws could save your life. The 12 laws are backed up with clinical anecdotes and scientific data.

 

Note:

There is more information about these books on the Amazon site (where readers will also find reviews). For a full list of books by Vernon Coleman which are available as kindle books on Amazon, simply type ‘vernon coleman kindle books’ into the Amazon search engine.