Best Books: Humor

1 World's Worst Murder Detective 2: Laws Stand Found!

World's Worst Murder Detective 2: Laws Stand Found!

Adam Stark | Humor


The worthy sequel to the hilariously dark humor story of a very strange murder detective! Powen is back solving crimes, but now as a lawyer! He tries to redeem himself by only accepting very difficult trials. His clients hate him as much as the rest of the courtroom! Will his cursed brain allow any good to come from his attempts at justice?

2 neXt


Lance Manion | Humor


A collection of short stories isn’t really a book. It’s more like dozens of ideas that could have been books if they were thought of by someone with a better attention span. To put it another way; if you took an infinite number of Shakespeares and put them in front of an infinite number of typewriters with an infinite amount of time they...

3 Adrift On The River Of Time

Adrift On The River Of Time

Uncle Jasper | Humor


Bernie was planning a quiet few drinks with his mates, but instead finds himself in a barrel on the River of Time where he persuades Sharon, the boatman who ferries people to the underworld, to take a holiday. Later he meets Prometheus, as well as the satyr Silenus and the gorgon Medusa, and their collection of stone statues. If only his wife...

4 Metro 44 East

Metro 44 East

Eileen Smith and Terry Walters | Humor


People who are taking a bus. The book covers their conversations, morning, noon, and evening.

5 Tales of Adventure With Nap Lapkin

Tales of Adventure With Nap Lapkin

Lance Manion | Humor


Finally! All of the stories under one cover. Nap Lapkin, America’s top agent, respected and feared by every agency in Washington, is both a lover and fighter and so much more. And less. But mostly more. There can be no argument that this is the funniest book ever written. No argument whatsoever.

6 White Buddha: Portrait of an ESL Teacher in China

White Buddha: Portrait of an ESL Teacher in China

Kim Cancer | Humor


A night at the pub, with a group of foreign teachers in Asia, discussing former colleagues, life, ESL (English as a second language) education, geopolitics, plus other, random, offensive, trivial, and irrelevant musings... A MUST READ for anyone considering teaching in China...

7 No Tears for Sonya

No Tears for Sonya

Austin Mitchell | Humor


Most persons believed that Sonya was a wicked girl. She had been involved in some bad things in her younger days and even since becoming an adult. Will she find redemption and repent of her evil ways? Read the full story in No Tears for Sonya.