Thursday, December 13, 2018

ETHRICK BROWN'S NOVELS

imagination is sparked by an Ethrick Brown Novel. Book with images exploding from it

Read Scottish thrillers with great plots and laugh out loud humour

The Books

The Nothing ever happens in North Berwick Thrillers

Nothing Ever happens in North Berwick The somali pirate adventure book cover. Beer glass and pirate sign
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Nothing ever happens in North Berwick-Judgement Day book cover. Satan behind bass Rock
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Ethrick Brown’s ‘Nothing ever happens in North Berwick’ novels are set in the quiet coastal town of North Berwick in East Lothian, Scotland. In essence the concept is that the events that occur in this small resort have ramifications that have national, global and even divine or cosmic consequences which the locals are generally oblivious to. While no one would seriously consider these events to be anything more than tall tales or outrageous Scottish fiction, could they be true? Treat yourself to a great story.

The Somali Pirate Adventure - Ethrick Brown

 ethrick card Bass Rock

A couple of pints. That was the plan.  On the face of it a simple objective but Scottish drinking plans were fluid and complex affairs. That aside, how far off course could the quest for a couple of beers in the quiet coastal town of North Berwick go? Two lagers, an assault on Somalia in search of pirates, the involvement of gangsters, terrorists, National Security Services and a packet of crisps please. That is surely stretching it a bit far. Ok, forget the crisps then.

Please drink responsibly because even in a small town, like North Berwick, where nothing ever happens an impulsive approach to alcohol can result in some seriously weird and unintended consequences.

 A tale of drink, drunks and National Security.

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Ethrick Brown's Judgement Day

The age old battle of Good V Evil reaches North Berwick

Judgement Day North Berwick

Judgement Day.

Scotland

Some say Satan is a big, red, ugly bastard with hooves, horns and a massive
heating bill while others might support Rangers. When a Catholic Priest, with
exorcism on his mind, visits North Berwick he sees a Masonic plot which he
believes will bring about the end of times.

The idea that a quiet little town in East Lothian, where nothing ever happens,
could be the location of the final battle between Good and Evil seems a little
far-fetched but what do you believe?

A tale of drink, drunks and cosmic conflict.