For a feast of fab fiction, check out my “Guests’ Stories”…

In addition to the ten uploaded stories from little old me, several of my writer friends’ have kindly given permission to showcase their top-notch tales, and, boy, can these guys write!

Their stories will move you with a mix of madness, mystery and mayhem, topped with a dash of melancholy.

There are eight crackers for starters, so pour yourself a stiff drink, click on the Guests’ Stories tab… and enjoy…  

Of course, feel free to comment and rate each story.


About Col Bury

Col Bury is the former crime editor of award winning ezine, Thrillers, Killers 'n' Chillers. Col's short stories can be found scattered around the net, and in anthologies, including, The Mammoth Books of Best British Crime 9, 10 & 11. He is the author of the eBooks, Manchester 6 and The Cops of Manchester. Col's debut crime novel, MY KIND OF JUSTICE was published by Caffeine Nights in 2015. He blogs, reviews and interviews crime authors at
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5 Responses to For a feast of fab fiction, check out my “Guests’ Stories”…

  1. Robin says:

    Terrific looking site, Col, and I’m enjoying getting stuck into the stories you’ve posted.

    Looking forward to following your progress. Best of luck. Robin

  2. Col Bury says:

    Hi Robin,

    Thanks a lot. Your site’s impressive too! Keep up the good work.


  3. Every time I visit the site, it just keeps getting better. Keep it up!

  4. Col Bury says:

    Cheers, Sean. I aim to please. 😉

  5. I am very proud to be on your site. It has been good to get one of my stories out of the cellar.

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