Keith A Pearson – Local Farnham Author

From his humble beginnings as a “hapless underachiever” at Heath End School in Farnham, Keith A Pearson has gone on to become a bestselling author, with his fifth novel, Meeting Mungo Thunk, due for publication this spring. His first novel, The ’86 Fix, was released in October 2016 and within a few months, topped the Amazon science fiction charts above titles by the likes of Douglas Adams and Stephen King.

All four of his current novels are available in paperback and e-book format exclusively on Amazon, with both The ’86 Fix and Beyond Broadhall also available in audiobook format at



Here’s the synopsis and links to Keith’s two bestsellers…


The ’86 Fix

Everything that is wrong with Craig Pelling’s life can be traced back to 1986 and the moment he popped-in to a newsagents to buy a can of Coke. Now he lives in a loveless marriage and earns a living in a dead-end job as the manager of an electrical store. He could have been so much more, achieved so much more.

But as bitter as Craig currently feels about his mundane life, things are about to get a lot worse. Just as everything starts to crumble around him, Craig is thrown a lifeline — the miraculous lifeline of a brief trip back to 1986. But will he be able to fix his life? Is it as simple as just reverting one decision he made over thirty years ago? Craig is about to find out.

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Who Sent Clement?

Beth Baxter always dreamt of being an author. Unfortunately, fate has a twisted sense of humour so rather than writing books, she now sells them in a second-hand bookshop. With middle-age approaching and her life unfulfilled, Beth is at least grateful her forthcoming marriage to Karl is worthy of hope — or, so she thought.

Within the space of a few days, her fiancé’s sordid past catches up with him and Beth finds herself embroiled in a sinister game of hide and seek. As her life is torn apart and hope abandons her, Beth is thrown an unlikely lifeline when a former gangland fixer called Clement crashes into her life and offers help.

Unfortunately for Beth, there is one minor complication with her saviour — Clement claims he died in 1975 and must help Beth as penance for sins committed in his previous life.

With just seven days to avoid a fate she can’t bear to contemplate, Beth chooses the lesser of two evils and reluctantly joins her deluded, politically incorrect companion on a quest across London in search of a solution.

Will this unlikely partnership succeed? Will Clement ever come to terms with paying five quid for a pint? And will Beth ever learn the truth about who sent Clement?

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