Ripples like wet skin Midday spangles looking south Waders distant calls Haiku and copyright Francis Barker 2020
Man and nature meld Horizons expanding minds Truths beheld inside Haiku and photo copyright Francis Barker 2020 Creator...
https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/dfbart I have restarted my Etsy shop, which I've had since 2011. There's not too much in it at the moment. I intend to concentrate solely on digital downloads, affordable simple art and photographs. I used to put my finished artwork on there but with little success. Maybe they were overpriced. Copyright Francis Barker 2020
Limpid cafe views A pristine ocean of light Cares are put on hold Haiku and photo copyright Francis Barker 2020 *When we can travel properly again, Norfolk in East Anglia is a beautiful destination...
The crumbling two tone cliffs at Hunstanton, looking north. The lovely beach at Old Hunstanton, just north of 'new' Hunstanton. Looking south at Old Hunstanton Promenading at Hunstanton. *Autumn is here, so let's stay on top of things. All photographs copyright Francis Barker 2020.
As he searches for answers to this mystery among the vast landscapes of the North Norfolk coasts and the narrow streets and canal-side cafes of Venice, Theresa’s daughter, Maria, asks him to help her with her own search to discover the secrets of her family’s history; a search that leads to discoveries neither of them expected.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B086VKP248/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i5 Forced out of the Police, former maverick Detective Inspector Jack Sallt still finds himself drawn back into investigating the mysterious disappearance of long standing colleague and friend, Liv Harris. Continuing to probe privately, Jack begins to uncover links between her disappearance, ongoing Police and political corruption, along with the high incidence of missing young … Continue reading ‘Goodbye, Mr Sallt’ Detective Jack Sallt Series, by Milly Reynolds
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CM8SGPE/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p2_i6 In this third outing for DI Jack Sallt the stakes are raised. Two children have been abducted on their way home from school. Their father, a man in the public eye, wants answers fast and Jack doesn't have any. All roads are going to nowhere. He doesn't know who took the children and he … Continue reading ‘Twisted Gemini’ Detective Jack Sallt, by Milly Reynolds
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008SXV9R4/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p2_i9 Two men are found in a beached boat, one dead, one seriously injured, stretching the resources of an already under-funded police force. Suspended Detective Inspector Jack Sallt is reluctantly rushed back on duty to face his most perplexing and dangerous case yet, where old foes move in the shadows, threatening violence and controlling him … Continue reading ‘The Second Death of Dr Finck’ Detective Jack Sallt, by Milly Reynolds
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005PHA0RG/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p2_i8 First in the Detective Inspector Jack Sallt series. When Jon McElvoy, a Liberal Democrat MP, is found dead in his North Norfolk home, DI Jack Sallt and his colleagues quickly decide that this is a murder made to look like a suicide. However, when the Intelligence Services arrive, all of their findings are thrown … Continue reading ‘Rolling The Jack’ Detective Jack Sallt, by Milly Reynolds
You may well ask - why the fascination with England's eastern coast? The south coast may be more affluent, at times very picturesque and very dramatic in places. The south west, Cornwall and Devon, are wonderfully atmospheric. Great Britain as a whole is blessed with a huge variety of coasts. Of course, the reason I … Continue reading Why the English Eastern Coast?