John Barber has been writing professionally since 1996 when he contributed articles to magazines on social and local history.

 

His first published book in 2002 was a non-fiction work entitled

The Camden Town Murder which re-opened an investigation into the famous murder mystery of 1907.

John Barber, author

John Barber, author

The Murder Mystery Weekend at the Fleetwood Arms Hotel is thrown into chaos when one of the guests is murdered.

 

The guests are members of an amateur dramatic society and they all have solid alibis. Two guests had switched rooms and maybe the dead person was not the intended victim.

 

The investigation switches from one to the other and this black comedy of manners uncovers the sexual relationships between members of the club.

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Colours of the Underground by John Barber

The Cricket Ckub Murders

Seven Days in May

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Proceeds from the sale of these prints

- framed and ready to hang - will go to a  charity appeal for my grandson who is recovering from brain cancer.

 

See Donation page

Prints for sale -

Proceeds go to charity

See below

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John Barber’s latest release -

a new Inspector Winwood murder mystery is Murder at the Fleetwood available as an eBook for $2.99.

Murder at the Fleetwood

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