PROLIFIC Wollaston comedy writer Geoff Tristram has published the final instalment in his David Day saga.

The first book about hapless artist David, entitled A Nasty Bump on the Head, was published back in 2005 and there has since been a steady stream of them.

The latest and final instalment is The Tea Bag Murders – a comedy/thriller about a serial killer at large which is set almost entirely in Wollaston.

Geoff, a professional artist by trade, said: “The Plough features heavily throughout, as do other landmarks, and most of the bit-part extras in this drama are real Wollaston people - with their permission of course.”

“It’s my last one in the series which began nearly 18 years ago now.”

Geoff, aged 68, is also set to present his comedic illustrated talk, A Lifetime Spent Watching Paint Dry, at Katie’s Secret Garden on Thursday May 19.

Tickets are available from Katie’s.

The Tea Bag Murders is available from or by emailing Geoff at Copies can be signed on request.

Geoff also published children’s book Welcome to the Curious Zoo during the pandemic and has since penned further amusing offerings So Yeah! about things he finds “seriously infuriating” and comedy tale The Vendetta Café, which are available from his website along with all David Day instalments.