Books by Mark Barrowcliffe

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 1, 2008

"Not as captivating as the games it discusses, but worth a few hours holed up in the basement."
A reformed geek reflects on an adolescence spent slaying mythical creatures, much to the detriment of his social development. Read full book review >
INFIDELITY FOR FIRST-TIME FATHERS by Mark Barrowcliffe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2001

"The unrelenting cleverness gets tiring, although the one-liners frequently ring uncomfortably true."
From the nastily comic Barrowcliffe (Girlfriend 44, 2001), the perfect Hugh Grant vehicle about a too-clever-by-half Londoner who faces a stew of moral and emotional crises when he learns that both his fiancé and his much younger girlfriend are joyfully pregnant, thanks to him. Read full book review >
GIRLFRIEND 44 by Mark Barrowcliffe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 7, 2001

"Occasionally off-putting but mostly laugh-out-loud funny."
English first novel in the "men are beasts, here's proof" category. Read full book review >