BioSteve Higgs is the author of the Blue Moon Investigations Series and a former 25 year Army veteran. He lives in the South East of England in the middle of the places his books are set with a trio of lazy sausage dogs.<br /> He is constantly bemused by the stupid people he meets on a daily basis and likes nothing better than to draw inspiration from the utter rubbish they convince themselves could be true. The central character's parents are in no way based on his own. Definitely, definitely not.<br /> Influenced by Jim Butcher, Stephen King, Kim Harrison, Derek Landy, Lee Child and Janet Evanovich to name a few, his work will always be a mix of action and thriller mixed with situational comedy.
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The Klowns of Kent
There might be no such thing as werewolves, vampires or ghosts but apparently evil, dickhead Klowns are real. Tempest Michaels is once again investigating ridiculous cases that are clearly not even slightly paranormal in nature but his daily menu of fun is interrupted by a plague of clowns with twisted make-up as they terrorise the Kent towns and villages. The Klowns should be a case for the police to solve but their leader appears to have a serious beef with Tempest and they are coming for him and anyone that gets in their way. Who are the Klowns? What do they want? And what's with the ridiculous smiles? Throw in a demonic possession, a restaurant with a ghost and some more meddling by his mother, it look like another fun week for Kent's best paranormal investigator.
Mistakenly marketed as a paranormal investigator, Tempest Michaels suddenly has clients offering him money to solve their daft cases. Then bodies start appearing with their throats bitten. Idiots assume there is a vampire and think he is the man to stop it. He tries to resist, but the alluring PC Amanda Harper AKA PC Hotstuff wants his help to stop the killer and the lonely voice from his pants demands he do all he can to win a one-way trip to her knickers. Aided by his dysfunctional friends, encumbered by his mother (Why are there no grandchildren, Tempest?) and surrounded by beautiful women who just want to be friends, he is soon beleaguered by vampire-wannabes that want him dead. Is the vampire real? Does Tempest have any idea what he is doing? Will he ever get laid?