Books by Jams N. Roses are rude, crude and brutally honest. They’ll take you back to your misspent youth and leave you wiping your brow for having survived it. His books are not family-friendly, Christian stories.

If you are easily offended, hate to acknowledge that drug or alcohol abuse exists, are disgusted that sex is more than just a tool for procreation, or can’t stand to read the occasional swear word, then save your blushes and don’t read these books. However, if you want to read about people living life on the edge, then maybe Roses’ books are for you.
Jams N. Roses is a father of one who grew up in Hertfordshire. He spent a few years living on the Costa del Sol, but currently resides in Nice, France. He primarily writes crime novels, but has a naughty sense of humour that can sneak its way into his work, so much so that his third novel release, Extremely England, is an hilarious, satirical comedy. Roses admits to spending months working on a plot for his books and works extremely hard in getting the right emotions for the characters within the storyline.

The Infidel Soldiers (December 2013)
A War/Men’s Adventure
In the year 2020, Britain is great no more. Political correctness, denial and apathy enabled the most aggressive of beliefs to claim power over what was once a nation of free speech, free will and democracy. William White, a soldier injured on tour whilst serving his country in Syria, has seen the drastic changes in his homeland and knows the battle of ideologies is no longer worth fighting; the war has already been lost. One day, out of the blue, Joe Taylor crashes into William’s life and demands the ex-soldier helps him fight the good fight. The two men show each other what is important in life; what is worth fighting for and what is worth dying for. They are two very different men who had both given up hope, but then they became the infidel soldiers.

Son Of A Serial Killer (July 2013)
Psychological Thriller containing adult content, sex and violence.
Ben Green is a troubled young man, losing his mind and hearing voices. Worse than that, his nightmare is just beginning. Detective Inspector Summers hates dealing with drug addicts, thieves, violent men and women, rapists, child molesters and murderers. She wants to be a doctor in a surgery, saving the lives of the sick. Instead, she deals with the sick and twisted. Finally, she gets handed the case she wants, the reason she joined the force. Her investigations lead Summers closer to Ben and his involvement to the case slowly becomes clear.

Get Clean (January 2014)
Based on true events and contains adult content, sex and violence.
Cocaine is everywhere. Young men and women sniff the ‘recreational drug’ as often as they spark up cigarettes or sip beer. It’s typical of a generation educated by music videos and tabloid newspapers. Jimmy Walker is a smart young man with a caring family around him and the world at his feet, if only he was not addicted to the white powder. A change of scenery can be a good thing, but it turns out that moving from suburban England to the south of Spain isn’t the best idea when trying to get clean. The Costa del Sol is Europe’s main point of entry for his favourite poison. Under the Marbella sun, he is falling deeper into the darkness of drug addiction. With pockets full of cash and bags full of Coke, he is being led astray by a psychopath named Jason, an Aussie who loves the sort of random violence only ever seen in films.

Getting high is easy, and so is hitting rock bottom – but can I get clean?