Two earlier books of Tales and More Tales to read in a Hammock have been edited and more exciting stories added to combine in one book – Old and New Tales To Read in a Hammock. Great stories to read on a commute to work, relax before bed, read in a Hammock in the Summer or a log fire in winter. Well received by readers who enjoy Robyn’s books.
Also now available in print contact Robyn to buy the book as a Gift for yourself or a friend. Thanks for all the positive feedback.
Another light hearted collection by Robyn P Murray, continuing her first Anthology of short stories recounting challenges of family relationships, humour, murder, romance or thought provoking.
Great stories, some short some longer, to read before bed, on a commute to work, relaxing in a hammock or by a log fire. Find out who is Watching the Watcher. Who put the Coffin in the Lounge when a family arrive to move into their new home? Finding Maureen: the sequel to Leaving Danny in the first book. Will Bridget and Polly, caught up in a terrorist plot Escape From Marrakesh?
Enjoy time to relax while you read More Tales to Read in a Hammock.
With Tales to Read in a Hammock, Robyn P Murray strives to recreate experiences for her readers by presenting a collection of artfully crafted short stories dealing with a wide variety of themes—from human strengths and weaknesses, to the obstacles facing romance, to family togetherness.
Written over the course of many years, several of these stories have been read on the radio programWriters On Air, and some have appeared in various publications. This is the first time you’ll find them all together in print, however, ready to keep next to your bedside, load up on your Kindle, or enjoy in a hammock on a relaxing afternoon.
Even the busiest reader can steal a quiet moment to enjoy one of Murray’s stories, all lighthearted reads that leave you thinking about the memorable characters and wondering how their lives may have turned out, long after the last page is turned.
Louise de Varga review of Tales to Read in a Hammock – ‘I intended to read one story before going to sleep – but I was hooked and kept reading – love the stories.’