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Barnaby’s Shorts (Volume Nine) Ten more Short Stories to read in the bath, on the train, in bed, or on the beach. A mixed bag of gentle humour, a touch of mystery and a hint of pathos. Tales with a twist. The Dandy Horse  ……………………..  The Poacher's Quiz team talk bikes. The Man Who Wasn't There  ………...  The disappearance of Stanley Northbridge. The Bo  ………………………………......  The coming of the rainy season. The Problem with Beans  …………….  Emily finds a real man. Visitors  …………………………….........  When visitors overstay their welcome. Wheels  ………………………………......  A life defined. Davey's Field  ………………………......  Davey spots an opportunity. 300 Things a Boy Can Do  …………...  An unsuitable book for boys. Whichcraft  …………………………......  Another tale from the Vertigo Research Labs. Ripple  ……………………………….......  A ghost story, or maybe not.
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Review by:  Tracey Howard  on Smashwords Oct. 27, 2014   As expected, an excellent collection of short stories that will leave you, in turns, feeling nostalgic, puzzled, delighted, sometimes even baffled, and always happy to have taken the time to indulge in a good read!
Review by:  Elizabeth Rowan Keith on Smashwords Nov 02, 2014 Another great collection.  Wilde's wit, imagination, and creative intelligence provide laughter, perspective, and points to ponder.  There is something here for everyone.  The dialog is snappy, and the narration is clear. Choosing a favorite would be difficult.  It might be "300 Things a Boy Can Do."  They're all good.