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Goodnight, God Bless, I Love You-bookcover

By: Colin Hartshorn

Goodnight, God Bless, I Love You

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Warning: This book is best consumed on an empty stomach, but it will satiate your appetite for pitch-black comedy and gruesome thrills.

Nestled in the bucolic tranquillity of Worcestershire, England, lies a serene county under the protective shade of the Yellow Umbrella Syndicate—until a grave mistake shatters the peace.

Meet the trio of women behind the syndicate, enigmatically known as Goodnight, God Bless, and I Love You – or Your Majesty for those in the know. Alongside Triple A, the enforcer, and Camp Shirley, the captain of their ground troops, they mete out justice with a blend of poise, flair, and ferocious brutality.

Backed by an ensemble of uproarious characters, these women ensure the county’s equilibrium – whether through altruism or sadistic pleasure – is firmly maintained.

Tailor-made for readers with a stomach for audacious humour and ruthless crime, Goodnight, God Bless, I Love You offers an unforgettable journey through the heart of darkness, illuminated only by flashes of twisted comedy.

Colin Hartshorn has been a drayman for 30 years. He has been married to his long-suffering wife, Bee, for 10 years. Colin has no children, just a very messy cat that he doesn’t like even though he gives him loads of fuss and treats.

He has lived in Black Country for all his life. While looking at his mother-in-law one day, he thought she could be the next crime lord, which immediately inspired him to write this book.

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