About Colin Garrow

Colin Garrow grew up in a former mining town in Northumberland. He has worked in a plethora of professions including: taxi driver, antiques dealer, drama facilitator, theatre director and fish processor, and has occasionally masqueraded as a pirate. All Colin's books are available as eBooks and most are also out in paperback, too. His short stories have appeared in several literary mags, including: SN Review, Flash Fiction Magazine, Word Bohemia, Every Day Fiction, The Grind, A3 Review, 1,000 Words, Inkapture and Scribble Magazine. He currently lives in a humble cottage in North East Scotland where he writes novels, stories, poems and the occasional song.

Colin Garrow’s Books

Death on a Dirty Afternoon

Introducing a brand new murder mystery series set on England’s northeast coast. When taxi driver Frank is found dead on his dining room table, ex-cabbie Terry Bell assumes his old friend died of a heart attack. But when Terry’s former boss also turns up with his face bashed in, it starts to look like there’s… [Read More]

The Devil’s Porridge Gang

1969. In a town where nothing happens, a gang of kids uncover a kidnapping plot. In the days following the excitement of the moon landings, a group of criminals plan to kidnap the son of a Government rocket engineer – but they don’t expect a gang of kids to get in the way… Sam Todd… [Read More]

The House That Wasn’t There

There’s a new trade in the city – one that deals in children. On a cold November morning in 1890’s Edinburgh, Christie McKinnon and her pal Donal discover a young boy is missing from home. And he’s not the only one – someone is stealing children and taking them to a mysterious house on Deadman’s… [Read More]

The Hounds of Hellerby Hall

Edinburgh, 1897. Blood on the table, murder in the hall. Eleven-year-old Christie McKinnon is not happy – the editor of ‘McMurdo’s Weekly’ has once again turned down her story. But this time, Christie determines not to give up – taking a chance, she confronts the wily editor and offers a means of solving his dilemma…. [Read More]

Mortlake

London, 1630. Felch is back, and this time he’s determined to get what he wants. But Tom and his friends have other things on their minds – when one of Deacon’s maps is stolen, the ancient and mysterious library of Dr Dee seems to be the one place that holds all the keys… MORTLAKE is… [Read More]

The Architect’s Apprentice

London, 1630. A boy searching for his father. A villain stealing books. Forced to work for the dubious Savidge, eleven-year-old Tom Fennel is desperate to find his missing father. Distrustful of what he’s heard, he’s sure Savidge is involved. Meanwhile, books are vanishing from architect Martin Deacon’s library – books from the future. Enticed into… [Read More]

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