Bob Archman has lived in Virginia for years, and uses his knowledge of the area to provide the setting for this story. Middle aged, he is bearded, bald and hairy. Bob is interested in ordinary, gay men who do their jobs well, and lead their lives in rural areas and small cities, miles away from the Media’s vision of hyper gay life in New York and San Francisco. He is interested in men who are cops, construction workers, firemen, farmers and professionals who happen to be gay. As his detective Clydesdale Noland once remarked when looking at a leather clad biker, “Damn, that’s a lot of stuff to take off before you get down to business!”

Hillbilly Hollow & Rapture Grange
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 167 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61098-173-6

Strange things happen in the remote mountains and hollows of Virginia. The Wilson Clan settled in one and they stayed for a century or more, living, loving and inbreeding. They came pretty close to creating a new species of human, before an elder of the clan realized they were getting uglier and stupider with each generation. He figured out a way to practice birth control, and still have fun. He realized messing around with your male pals and relatives, greatly reduced the number of odd-looking children and was recreational too.
     When a sheltered minister’s son spends a summer with the Wilson’s in Hillbilly Hollow, he discovers a wild world of pleasure and enjoyment he hadn’t even dreamed existed. No primitive tribe in New Guinea or the Amazon had stranger sexual practices than the Wilsons. Eventually his anthropologist uncle joined him and they jointly explored the heights and depths of the Hollow’s culture. 
    
This is not a story about anthropological insights into primitive sex, or meaningful interpersonal relationships. This is a story about men who have more sex drive than IQ and a lot of spare time on their hands. They have time to see what fits where, and how to make it last longer. The minister’s son finds out everyone is happy in Hillbilly Hollow. Soon he is a member of that happy band.

The Blacksmith and the Scholar
Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 180 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61098-031-9

When a young, sheltered scholar from Oxford has an accident, he is stranded in the rustic cottage of a burley blacksmith. That night he began an entirely new part of his education. In some ways it would have been a dream come true for the repressed young man, but his dreams were never that good, inventive or pleasurable. He soon begins a voyage of discovery and his intellectual and sexual horizons broaden. He meets the humble, but randy friends of his new friend Ralph, the blacksmith. They introduced him to a new world of friendship and sexuality. He discovers what it is to enjoy another man, and how to share his body for mutual pleasure. For the first time, he finds that ecstasy isn’t a word; it’s a feeling. On his travels, he eventually meets noblemen, great artists, Oxford Dons, the boiler room crew of a steamship, a Sheik and some sexually driven Indian Gurus. While they all were of different classes, nationalities and races, they all shared a common interest in exploring the further limits of man’s ability to experience sexual pleasure.  

Clydesdale Has A Midsummer's Nightmare
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 159 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61098-188-0

     When a Christmas Eve blizzard left Clydesdale stranded with Santa and seven elves, the resourceful detective makes the best of the situation. Clydesdale, Santa and all the elves hit it off and have a Christmas to remember.
     Several years later Santa appears at Clydesdale’s door with worries about a troubled production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Nasty poison pen letters are just the tip of the iceberg of a case that eventually includes hit and run, assault, murder and rape.
     Clydesdale goes undercover by playing a bit part in the play and finds an oversupply of eccentric, troubled and perhaps deranged suspects. The oversexed, undersized, but well-endowed and detective discovers his personal strengths and weaknesses are well suited for the moody and overly dramatic personalities of the theater. When he goes undercover, he finds some of his best work is done between the sheets.

Clydesdale Moves to Essex Park
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 147 pages
ISBN:  978-1-61098-017-3

No place could be safer than the wealthy, high-security, retirement community of Essex Park.  Located on a former plantation in Virginia, the residents felt safe from all the problems of modern America.  The residents of Essex Park were afflicted with declining memories as time took its toll, but oddly, inheritances seemed to be vanishing too.  Redneck detective, Clydesdale, discovered a clever scam that could relieve the victims of their cash and use the victims’ failing memories to avoid detection. There was a fox in the hen house.
     When the scam turned into murder, there was an oversupply of suspects.  There was a closeted executive director, an owner with mob connections and a staff member with a taste for young, oriental, boy toys. Short, ugly, sharp-witted and horse-hung, Clydesdale had to use all his assets to get to the bottom of the complicated scheme involving fraud, murder and even prostitution.

Clydesdale Goes To Washington
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 162 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-91-2

When they found the up-and-coming naval officer floating face down in Washington’s reflecting pool, Clydesdale smelled something fishy. Was the closeted officer driven to suicide by the threat of exposure, or was he killed to keep him quiet?  Clydesdale becomes the yardman for an ultra exclusive Washington club and gets to the bottom of a complicated plot. He finds a group of men who think of patriotism as a marketing tool, and love America deeply as long as they can make a profit.
     Clydesdale Noland is living proof that God has a sense of humor. Clydesdale was short and hairy enough to be the missing link, but endowed with the genitals of his namesake horse. God also gave him the sex drive of a herd of bull elephants. Clydesdale is 100% gay and all man.
     In this novel, Clydesdale explores the locked rooms, dark closets and secret corners of Washington. He goes into places where the sun doesn’t shine. Sometimes he finds locked in the closet a good man who needs to be freed. Clydesdale has a way of opening up these men so they can enjoy their lives and sexuality.  Other times the closet is a hideout so its occupant can lie in wait for his next victim. Clydesdale has a very different plan for these men. 

The Butler & The Barbarians
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 161 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-36-3

Escaping from a doomed city in ancient Roman Britain, eight men have nothing but the clothes on their backs. The mismatched group of men soon discover while they had lost everything, their families, homes, possessions and wealth, they retained what was necessary to survive in dangerous and turbulent times. They have their minds, skills and the will to live and survive. They also come to realize even a naked man has the most powerful organ for generating physical pleasure within easy reach, and reach they do.
     They find an abandoned villa built into a cliff overlooking the sea. It's original owners used it as hidden pleasure palace for sexual debauchery. The refugees immediately realize they could easily convert the abandoned villa into a fortress. In this place they could both hone their survival skills and explore their sexual potential.
     Other men join the group, two professional wrestlers, the orphaned son of a military commander, a wounded Celtic warrior, and several former slaves. Each man was different, but contributed new skills to the group. They also shared common sexual preferences and tastes. As one of the refugees commented, “the number of big, well-hung, hairy and naked men in the area was truly extraordinary.”  Most had the sexual drive of a bull in heat. In the absence of the trappings of civilization, the men didn't just survive, they thrived.
     As they come to know each other, their objective changed from a simple desire to escape from the barbarians to defeating them. The accidental collection of men became friends and some become much more than friends.

Clydesdale Goes To A Funeral
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 156 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-70-7

Half the residents of Wythetown had considered killing Clydesdale's Aunt Edith at one time or another. She was pompous, sanctimonious and most of all irritating, but when she was murdered, mutilated and burned it was a shock. By the time her murderer was captured, Detective Clydesdale Noland uncovered a complicated scheme involving sadism, drugs and fraud. The pint size, but horse hung detective uses all of his intellectual and physical ability to get to the bottom of complicated scheme. It takes firemen, police, FBI and ATF agents, a Postal Inspector and a dog named Fluffy to catch the perpetrators.
     Bob Archman has lived in Virginia for years, and uses his knowledge of the area to provide the setting for this story. Middle aged, he is bearded, bald and hairy.  Bob is interested in ordinary, gay men who do their jobs well, and lead their lives in rural areas and small cities, miles away from the Media's vision of hyper gay life in New York and San Francisco. He is interested in men who are cops, construction workers, firemen, farmers and professionals who happen to be gay.  As his fictional detective Clydesdale Noland once remarked when looking at a leather clad biker, “Damn, that's a lot of stuff to take off before you get down to business!”

The Cave Of The Blue Bear
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 145 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-37-0

When a young, intellectual, but somewhat sheltered French archaeologist goes to Berlin to study he learns much more than the dry study of ancient cultures. He finds new friends who introduce him to a new world of sexual pleasure and sensation; a world he hadn't known existed. He also hadn't realized he was well endowed. His new friends certainly noticed that and he took to his new lifestyle like a duck to water.
     In 1927 Hitler was joke, a nonentity. Returning to Germany in 1937, the nation was being transformed into a totalitarian state. He runs into Nazi agents, but finds his friends have remained true. He renews his intellectual and sexual connections with them.
     When France falls to the Nazi's the older and wiser archaeologist discovers the Stone Age caves he has been exploring can become ideal hiding places for refugees trying to escape the horrors of the war. Unexpectedly he becomes an unlikely Mata Hari, using his sexual skills to penetrate into the Nazi plans for the area. He uses all his skills, intellectual, physical and sexual to fight and foil the plans of the Nazi master race.
     He also finds new friends hiding in the Cave of the Blue Bear. Living with the constant possibility of discovery, torture and execution made friendships stronger and the sex hotter. Strangers quickly became friends and soon were lovers.

Clydesdale Goes To The Hunt
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 165 pages
ISBN:  978-1-935509-34-6

The pony sized, but stallion hung detective Clydesdale goes undercover at an exclusive and conservative Men’s club where its members have fallen for a scam combining real sex with fake investments.  The combination of older men who have made it and made it big with young men on the make turns deadly. The unhealthy brew of ultra conservative politics and forbidden sex turns ugly.
     Clydesdale signs on as a locker room attendant and towel boy.  This gives him a front row seat watching the young scammers hook and real in their marks.  He follows the scam from the locker room to the showers and into the steam rooms.
     Along the way he meets some misguided, but nice men and introduces them to a new world of man to man pleasure and enjoyment.  They discover you can’t fool Mother Nature and even less can you fool Daddy Clydesdale.

Clydesdale & Company
by Bob Archman
Price: $17.95
Paperback: 185 pages
ISBN: 978-1-935509-09-7

The diminutive, but feisty cop, Clydesdale Noland, is unemployed after a witch hunt for gays in the Richmond Police department. Starting his own security firm, Clydesdale & Company, a terrorist bombing makes his first job into crusade to find the bombers.  With a gay newspaper office, a women's health clinic and Jewish Temple at Ground Zero, there were too many suspects and too many possible bombers.

The well endowed detective must use his entire bag of tools and tricks to find the perpetrators. The combination of luck, clever deduction and one particularly impressive tool in his tool box, leads him to find the perpetrators in an unexpected place.