Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin trained as a barrister before becoming a journalist and novelist. He has written seven novels, including five titles featuring the young Edwardian detective, Jim Stringer. He has also written short stories and radio plays. He is married with two children, and lives in north London.

Books by Andrew Martin

<a href=""><strong>How to Get Things Really Flat</strong><br />A Man's Guide to Ironing, Dusting and other Household Arts</a><br /><a href="" class="plain-link">Andrew Martin is surprisingly well qualified to write a guide to housework for men. Not only is he a man himself, but he does a lot about the house. This is the perfect man's guide to ironing, dusting and other household chores.</a><a href=""><img  src="" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a><a href=""><strong>Ghoul Brittania</strong><br />Notes from a Haunted Isle</a><br /><a href="" class="plain-link">In this engrossing new book, Martin searches out the dark corners of our subconscious in an attempt to explain our most deep-seated fears – why, despite famously being a nation of cynics, we just cannot quite ignore that bump in the night.</a><a href=""><img  src="" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a>