TomSharpe (1928-2013) was a Cambridge-educated British author of comic {{Farce}} novels. He is perhaps best known for his Literature/{{Wilt}} series of comic novels, but the Piemburg farces, which are drawn from his time living and working in [[TheApartheidEra apartheid South Africa]], are also worth a honorable mention. (He was deported from South Africa for subversion and not taking apartheid seriously). He had been described as England's funniest living writer, but in a country also boasting Sir Terry Pratchett, Tom Holt and Robert Rankin, that was perhaps open to debate.

* PorterhouseBlue Series:-
** ''Literature/PorterhouseBlue'' (1974) (Made into a TV mini-series, ''PorterhouseBlue'', for ChannelFour)
** ''GrantchesterGrind'' (1995)

* Literature/{{Wilt}} Series:-
** ''Literature/{{Wilt}}'' (1976)
** ''Literature/TheWiltAlternative'' (1979)
** ''Literature/WiltOnHigh'' (1984)
** ''Literature/WiltInNowhere'' (2004)
** ''Literature/WiltInTriplicate'' (omnibus) (1996)
** ''Literature/TheWiltInheritance'' (2010)

* The Piemburg Police force novels:-
** ''RiotousAssembly'' (1971)
** ''IndecentExposure'' (1973)

* Other Novels:-
** ''BlottOnTheLandscape'' (1975) (Also made into a TV mini-series for TheBBC)
** ''TheGreatPursuit'' (1977)
** ''TheThrowback'' (1978)
** ''AncestralVices'' (1980)
** ''VintageStuff'' (1982)
** ''TheMidden'' (1996)
** ''TheGropes'' (2009)

* Collections:-
** Selected Works (1986)
** Tom Sharpe Library Pack (2001)

* Short stories:-
** Stirring the Pot (1994)

* The anthology Knights of Madness: Further Comic Tales of Fantasy (1998) features a story by TomSharpe.