"I loved all of these, like listening to the flip side of M.R. James or an updated version of Wodehouse. Dry, gentle wit, with wicked plot turns."
What was the dreadful thing that threatened the fortunes of the Kingdom of Haufzeignet? How did a dinner engagement cause Lord Trivett's world to fall apart? And what was the single, fateful phrase that destroyed young Mary's life forever?
Bizarre, unsettling, occasionally downright upsetting, these yarns come from the pen, mind and mouth of slightly-successful writer James Lark and will live in your mind rent free. In. a good way. Probably.
Have a laugh at somebody else's expense, or at the very least, reassure yourself that reality is not quite as bad as all that in comparison.