The “Colloquials” selection consists of those books that are not part of The Island Connection or The French Collection.

While there is a common thread that passes through each book, you can read them as stand-alone books without losing any of the sense of direction. You can get more details using the menu at the side or one of the links below.



Graham Hamer's Books Chasing PaperThey say that we all have a book in us, and I always knew what my book would be about. During my time as a builder in Norfolk, I was royally done over by a man with no scruples who was more street-wise than me (he’d done it all before). It cost me dear and was a hard lesson to learn, but it also had the makings of a story (with embellishments and lots of additional material) so, during 1999 and 2000 with evenings to myself while my wife and I were separated by 200km of Dutch and Belgian autoroute, I put together my first tome, Chasing Paper; which was published in hard print and was still in print ten years later.


Graham Hamer's Books Walking on WaterMy second book, Walking on Water was penned shortly after Chasing Paper, but then the manuscript sat collecting dust for over ten years as I got on with other things. Eventually, in 2014, I dusted it down and revised it, and like all my books, it is now published in both Kindle and paperback format. You can get Walking on Water as a FREE ebook if you are happy to be on my mailing list.


Graham Hamer's Books - Tommy GeeA book I was particularly pleased with was, Tommy Gee because Tommy is a real person (though maybe I took a load of liberties with his character and his choice of actions). It was fun to write and fun to see the real Tommy’s face when he finally was given his own copy.

Tommy Gee’s decision to spend a long weekend visiting his mother in King’s Lynn, on England’s east coast, leaves behind eight dead bodies and a suicide. Not that they were all Tommy’s fault, but he seems to be a magnet for chaos and the unpredictable. Add to the mix, Tommy’s sultry pickpocket sister and his gangly deranged half-brother, and you have the recipe for a frenzied few days. When two Romanian mafia bosses are stirred into the melting pot, along with a sexy bank employee with a cunning plan, things are likely to move from complicated to dangerous before you can turn the page.


Book cover designs by Bruno Cavellec, Copyright © Bruno Cavellec 2016-2019.
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Chasing Paper Walking on Water Under the Rock Out of the Window On Whom the Axe Falls China in her Hand Devil's Helmet The Vicar's Lot Chicken Rock The Platinum Pirate Picasso's Secret Web of Tangled Blood Cenotaph for the Living Tommy Gee Travellers Jasmine's Journey Flint Graham Hamer Books