Breaking News – December 2016

Following issues with my publishers, I have reached an amicable arrangement under which we have parted company and I have had the rights to all my books returned.

 

That is the good news!

 

On the downside, it means that for now, you cannot buy them through bookshops or outlets like Amazon and Kindle. However, I am involved in certain discussions and hope that before long, all the books will become available again.

 

Watch this space!

 

Additionally, in the pipeline is Dead Fix, the follow-up to Hard Place and I plan a proper launch of Tables Turned which never happened last July as planned. More details as things develop will appear on my Facebook page.

 

A Case for Compensation

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Case for Compensation – 176 pages (when print edition)

 

This is the first of three novels involving Bristol solicitor Alistair Duncan. He seeks justice for a crippled driver involving a desperate search for justice in England and France and culminating in a dramatic court-room drama.

OUT-OF-PRINT

Originally available in hardback under Doug’s pen-name of Cameron Ross, the eBook version is available as written by Douglas Stewart.

“An ingenious story… good, exciting light reading. I strongly recommend.”

– Law Society Gazette

“The climax is tense… authentic”

– Western Gazette

“This exciting story, with its wonderfully vivid court scenes…”

– South Wales Argus

“Do read this superb novel”

– Sunday Independent

Which TV company will spot this marvellous series?”

– The Sunday Times