A TONGUE-in-cheek comedy set in Milford Haven is the latest offering from Mercury favourite and long-time fundraiser Jeff Dunn.

Jeff, who is best known for his weekly That Reminds Me... column, is releasing a new book to raise money for the Paul Sartori Foundation.

'The Games People Play... in Milford' tells the story of John and Teri Butler, two of the town's most respected citizens, who have made plans to enjoy a naughty Friday night of 'hanky-panky'.

But it's Friday the 13th, and the escapade turns into a bit of a nightmare.

"It's a little bit naughty," said Jeff.

"The story, and all the characters, are fictional - honestly - but I guarantee that much of the content will ring bells for many readers."

The book is dedicated to the memory of Dorothy Hooper, Jeff's mum-in-law, who passed away in January aged 98.

"She was a remarkable lady, and loved my charity books.

"It was her wish to sponsor the cost of my next one," said Jeff.

"Sadly, she never got to read it, but her generosity has ensured that every penny from the sale of the book will go to Paul Sartori."

The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home charity helps people with life-limiting diseases and their families across Pembrokeshire.

The book is priced at £10, and will be available from Milford News/Best One, in Charles Street, from July 2, or by calling Jeff on 01646 692824.