Sherwood Ltd. – New Release From Anne R. Allen

Of course, you didn’t need the arrow to know this was in some way about Robin Hood. The title said it all. But  a great touch nonetheless.

True, Robin Hood is remembered more for drinking mead than absinthe, and somehow I doubt those shoes would have suited him or his merry men. And isn’t that a typewriter in the background?

It can only mean one thing: the Manners Doctor, Camilla Randall, is on the loose again, which means blogging guru Anne R. Allen cannot be far behind.

In this latest rom-com mystery from the Blogging Doctor we catch up with Camilla in the wake of her bizarre adventures in Ghostwriters In the Sky.  But this time a penniless Camilla is heading for merry England, with a book contract and one hand and a designer bag in the other. She may be destitute, but she still has style!

Landing at Robin Hood airport (where else?) Camilla finds herself in a bizarre world where nothing is what it seems, except maybe for the smutty books her publisher produces, which are exactly what they seem.

From the blurb:


The name immediately conjures up images of Richard Greene, Michael Praed and Russel Crowe. Or maybe that sly fox in the Disney version.

Only, in Anne R. Allen’s latest rom-com mystery the fox is a coyote and there’s no Robin Hood.

Or is there?

In her usual inimitable fashion Allen peels back the layers, one hilarious subplot after another, until you just never know what’s real and what’s not. Rather like the Robin Hood legend.

If you look very carefully you may just spot the Sheriff of Nottingham, Maid Marian and even Little John hidden away. But as for Robin Hood himself… You’ll just have to read it and find out.

To read it and find out you’ll need to go to here or here.

Sherwood Ltd will be available on B&N and other platforms shortly.

  1. Thanks so much for featuring Sherwood today, Mark. I hope people have as much fun reading it as I did writing it. (And living it: the quirky publishing house I call Sherwood Ltd, and the mythical Midlands town of Swynsby-on-Trent are based on real places where I had lots of exciting adventures.)

    And isn’t that cover fabulous? Thanks much for getting me in touch with the great Laura Morrigan for that cover design. Laura is so good that she’s now booked through next May. (Sorry, everybody.)

  2. Now this sounds great–one more for my to-read list…

  3. Well, I can’t wait… having a predilection for all things RH through the years, this will be one take I shall enjoy. Anne’s slick prose always makes the journey memorable.

  4. He He I’m in the generation that think’s of Mel Brooke’s take with Men in Tights (though that could be influence by the fact I managed to get taken to see that movie twice in the theater…)

    Still. Gosh I need to get my list and my money ready for when I get that Kindle for Christmas. *grin*

  5. Yay! Another fab read from Anne! Good luck!

    • Lee
    • December 10th, 2011

    Can’t wait to read it..How fun is this!!! I love a good mystery that makes me laugh…Best of luck…

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