Ted Lamb Books

Brassribs, Looking for Lucie and Gobblemouth are published as e-books and paperbacks. You can also buy them in one  big volume, The Brightwell Trilogy

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What do you do with an unruly giant catfish that eats the birds on your lake and is even suspected of polishing off somebody’s prized pet dog? You probably wouldn’t dream of trucking it all the way across Europe back to its ‘home’ river, the Danube - but that’s just what happens in this madcap road adventure which will please readers of all ages and is the concluding tale of The Brightwell Trilogy.

‘Looking for Lucie’ is the stand-alone second part of the Brightwell Trilogy.


Highly enjoyable.   Recommended and not just for anglers.” - David West Beale, Amazon reviews.

Unless you have no soul I doubt if you could not end up fully immersed in the story” - Neville Fickling, Pike and Predators magazine.

An exciting tale...I look forward to the next instalment!” - Julian Grattidge, AnglersNet.

Two generations have taken on the challenge of catching Brightwell Lake’s biggest fish - but there’s much more to this engaging story than that. ‘Brassribs’ is the first part of the Brightwell Trilogy.

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The Fisher's Tale - a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

Many people throughout history have been drawn to the long pilgrim route over the Pyrenees and across Northern Spain - but the driving need has perhaps never been greater than in modern times, when the Camino has enjoyed a huge revival. The Fisher's Tale is a personal journey through its outstanding landscapes and architecture that should entertain anyone who has already walked the Way of St James, and should encourage  anyone thinking of taking their first steps towards the magnificent cathedral that marks its physical end in Santiago.



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Hundreds of years before the birth of Christ, the prophet Ezekiel witnesses four combat-ready helicopter gunships  blazing down a Middle East Valley. This new book is a thoughtful look at one of the most astonishing and mysterious pieces of historic writing the world has ever seen - and you'll have to believe in time travel once you've read it.


Gansalaman’s Gold:


Reports of a series of strange abductions trickle out of Dracula country. Evil lies behind them. (Kindle ebook, paperback on Amazon)



Monty and the Mauler:


With the help of neighbourhood dogs brave terrier Monty tries to find a mysterious creature that is terrorising the town. (Kindle ebook on Amazon)



Match of the Day:


As 1960s Football World Cup fever grips England a young man looks for love (Kindle ebook on Amazon)

Also by Ted Lamb


She's big, she's mean ... and she's out to get you!

Hurricane Miranda presents herself as a killer threat to Britain. A similar but long-forgotten combination of violent storm and tidal flood in Shakespeare’s time drowned 2,000 people in the South West alone and may well have encouraged him to create The Tempest, one of his greatest plays.

Many people find their lives changing profoundly with the new storm’s arrival. Climate scientists, politicians, journalists, farmers and fishermen have to battle overwhelming forces in this fast-moving drama with frighteningly prophetic overtones. A Miranda could arrive tomorrow in these days of unpredictable weather. Are you ready to meet her?

New novel SURGE by Ted Lamb is available from bookshops or via Amazon Books store.

Paperback £6.50, e-book £5.60




A wing of U.S. attack helicopters disappears in the notorious Bermuda Triangle and finds itself flying along a pre-Christian Middle  East Valley. Is this the real truth behind one of the strangest pieces of writing in the Bible?

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