Chris Green

Member Since: February 2014

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Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll

Short Story / Mystery and Crime

The best things in life are three. Read More


Short Story / Romance

Magenta does not enjoy riding the elevator to Red’s nineteenth-floor apartment in Altavista. It moves so slowly that it doesn’t seem to be moving at all. But security is tight. The chance of encountering an assailant in… Read More

Apocalypse No

Short Story / Mystery and Crime

At first, Ingrid and I think the explosion may have come from Dmitri’s place further down the lane. We live out in the sticks and Dmitri is our nearest neighbour. He is always tinkering with something questionable… Read More

Schrödinger’s Cat

Short Story / Mystery and Crime

The train doesn’t stop. There are no stations, no visible settlements. No landmarks, no buildings, no farms, nothing. I don’t know where the train is heading. The terrain comprises miles upon miles of wilderness, woodland and barren… Read More


Last Updated Feb 04, 2016

New Collection of Stories

Hi everyone

I have a new short story collection available on amazon.

It is called

The Spy Who Came in from the Shed - Selected Short Fiction

and you can buy it along with my other titles in paperback or kindle by following the links at




Hi! I'm Chris.

I write short stories and like to choose unusual subjects and viewpoints that are a little off centre. I hope you enjoy these quirky tales of modern life.

You can also read my work at:

All material on this page is copyright Chris Green 2014-22: All rights reserved

I have thirteen volumes of short stories: The Early Worm Catches The Bird, You Never Can Tell, Sense And Surreality, The Black Book and other stories, Light Fandango, Tilting at Windmills, The Continuing Story of Wet Blanket Ron, Three Sides to Every Story, The Kaleidoscope Repair Manual, Hunky Dory, Nightswimming, Catch 24, and The Spy Who Came in from the Shed available  in paperback and kindle on Amazon from the links at

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