Libertarian Novels by Nicholas Dykes


by Nicholas Dykes

Hi Sean,

I hope all is well with you and yours.

This is just to let you know that I have recently published two new (non-philosophical) novels on Amazon’s Kindle: a mystery/adventure story called Black Cliff, about three very different people caught up in the consequences of the importation into Britain of alien customs such as arranged marriage and honour killing; and Hopeless: Death of a Fawn, a psychological detective story in which a disabled, poetry-loving police inspector and his highly educated lady partner strive to prevent the murder of a young girl.

My earlier book, Old Nick’s Guide to Happiness: A Philosophical Novel is also now on Kindle. Since the intellectual aspects of the book fall naturally into two halves, theoretical and practical, I republished it in two volumes, Book One: Why, and Book Two: How.

If you don’t have a Kindle, I believe it is possible to download the books for reading on Ipads, PCs, etc.

I would be deeply grateful if you could pass this information along to your wide Libertarian acquaintanceship, though I should perhaps point out that O’ism/Libertarianism underlie the new stories rather than being spelled out as in ONGTH.

Many thanks, all the best, Nick

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One response to “Libertarian Novels by Nicholas Dykes

  1. Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed ‘Old Nick’s Guide to Happiness’. Borrowed from a friend but was a bit put off buying at current prices so glad to hear It’s now available in ebook