Colin Devonshire books in order
Colin Devonshire is an English author, proofreader and novel editor.
Born in the tiny village of Chalfont Saint Peter in Buckinghamshire, Colin began reading novels from a very early age; with Agatha Christie being an early favorite because his mum loved reading her books.
On leaving school, he pursued a job in print and design, working in newspapers where he even had a stint with The Herald Tribune.
Colin worked in both London and High Wycombe before moving to Thailand where he started The Hua Hin Observer, a lifestyle magazine which has been around for two decades.
A father, husband and stroke victim, Colin loves watching football, international cricket and golf.
Genres: Comedy, Crime Suspense
- Not Far Enough From Worries (2017)
- Worry No More (2018)
- Children With No Worries: Do Children Scare you? (2019)
Detailed book overview
It’s the late 1980's in Thailand.
Two young and unsuspecting Englishmen move to Hua Hin to begin a new chapter in the tropical heat.
Somewhere in between, they cross paths with a dubious Dutch ship's engineer, two lovely French girls who are more interested in dogs than romance and a towering Welsh man with a history of drug abuse. The Welsh man is gifted with a unique skill of mixing things to create other things, a gift that has drawn the attention of some very sinister forces.
A lesbian newspaper reporter also has a huge family secret.
The whole story unfolds in an action-packed tale full of fun, romance, and tears.
Anything hardly ever happens in the tourist town of Hua Hin.
How exactly can Thai twins become Siamese twins? There is no need sympathizing with them, because they like eating people!
Randy is an American with split personalities.
A mother and son team of debt-collectors are in the habit of setting their victims on fire.
Former lesbian reporter Camilla is at the centre of most of the action. Will she really give her daughter away?
Know the 1932 movie 'Freaks'? Well a casino owner aspires to remake the film in Bangkok.
And some deformed actors and real conjoined twins are needed.
Children are lovely. Well, most of them.
When her mother was killed, Philippa didn’t really care.
Now, she lives with her ‘half-brother’ Nick, a French lady and a huge dog in a beach house in Hua Hin.
Gail is never pleased whenever her husband goes to enjoy his holiday without her. The children decide he needs to learn a lesson. Was he being framed for murder?
And given that the victims all have a missing body part, is there a hidden message in the deaths?
Skylab and her boyfriend, Kev, will join forces with a friendly Thai detective to get to the bottom of these crimes.