Breathing new life into the traditional murder mystery

“Expect sharp dialogue and irreverent humour in this whodunit, which manages to pay homage to the traditional murder mystery, while striking a contemporary and irreverent note.”
Crime Fiction Lover


No Accident
No Bodies
No Remorse


Readers and bloggers have likened the Kent Fisher Mysteries to the writing of Agatha Christie, Peter James and Peter Robinson.


Robert Crouch photo
Photo by Jo Crittenden

I love a good murder mystery, whether it’s Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple or Sue Grafton’s, Kinsey Millhone.

Both inspired me to create my own brand of whodunit, which I hope give readers something different and new. Kent Fisher is as passionate about protecting the environment and wildlife as he is about solving murders.

Please check out the book pages to find out more and take a look around the website to discover more about me, reviews of the books I read, and my Robservations on life, writing and everything between.

And you may come across a photo or two of my West Highland white terrier, Harvey, the inspiration for Kent’s dog, Columbo.


‘Kent Fisher is a warm, stubborn and occasionally hopeless character whom I couldn’t fail to warm to. The author handles his writing deftly and the story is very funny, witty and full of sharp observations. I really enjoy this series and look forward to more.’
Kath Middleton’s review of No Bodies.