This August there has been a flurry of new naturist fiction publications.
Wallace Greensage set his second New Albion story free. The Naked Truth Will Set You Free is a continuation of the story started in his “Who Is This Naked Lady – And What Have They Done With My Wife?” A Really good read it is too.
John David Harding, has produced a very interesting follow up to the Bare Necessities.
Bare Necessities 2.
A very engaging read, well worth reading.
Will Forest released Aglow his second #naturistfiction story, which is next on my reading list
I hear that P Z Walker has Mirror Earth 2 finished and undergoing editing, so that should be with us soon too. Meanwhile I am slowly moving forward with Uncovered Policeman 4.
The Uncovered Policeman: In and Out of the Blues (Rags to Riches Book3) is out on 7th June 2016.
The third standalone story in the series that make up Rags the uncovered policeman’s journey to Riches.
Follow him and his Solicitor girlfriend’s adventures as the join his mothers honeymoon in a French naturist resort.
Walk with him as he cleans up a naturist beach.
Find out why his brother is called Thor .
Then there is the wine and the photography.
Go to Amazon and place your order for The Uncovered Policeman: In and Out of the Blues
I really hope you enjoy this one!
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This story is about the life and loves Captain Paul Johnston. Paul is the elder brother of Bea, the woman in the life of the Uncovered Policeman. while he has not appeared in the series to date, although he has been mentioned, so this is the first time we meet him.
Paul has been sent on detachment to the Falkland Islands as part of the British Forces defending the Islands. He has just received three letters from three different women. This afternoon he has the free time to read them too.
“Captain Johnston, Paul Johnston, sat in the chair in his small room in the Officers Mess at RAF Mount Pleasant, the base for the RAF and British Army in the Falkland Islands. He had just received 3 letters, so he had collected a mug of coffee from the dining room and planned to read them all during the afternoon. Later that night he would be taking over as Duty Officer so until then he had a little quiet time to himself.
Interesting all three letters from women, if only two of them weren’t from his mother and his sister. The other one was from one of his former platoon commanders. He would save that one for last.”
I got to like Paul during this story. I am sure he will be back in Rags to Riches 4, not that I have started that book yet!