The MM books are now available from FUN BOOKS or HORRIBLE BOOKS 
A message from the author:
When I was first asked to write "Murderous Maths", I only accepted the commission
on condition that I was NOT required to produce any sort of textbook. I always saw
"Murderous Maths" as an excuse to create books that people would choose to read for fun.
My priorities have always been:

Extracts from a message we received:My 12 year old son is "gifted" yet also dyspraxic. He spent his primary school years being ostracised because he liked reading books, hated football and was a mine of useless and useful information. All this said, he was absolutely shockingly bad at maths. I was pretty fed up with his school who had written him off as willful and not worth pushing for the scholarship exams coming up  they had decided that because his maths was chronic, he wouldn't pass any of them. I started tutoring him in maths at home, but it was like a scene from the exorcist most of the time (i.e. my head spinning, not his)  and then I stumbled on the Murderous Maths Books. Through them he taught himself maths and thanks to you, became quite an expert. His defining moment was when he showed his teacher how to multiply mixed fractions. This was the sort of school that had favourites  and only recommended one child for the grammar school. However we put our son in and he passed, and the other kid didn't. I just wanted you to know what a big difference you made to one child's life. So thank you so much.
Ro Saul, Kent, England.

...my 9 year old boy, who groans when I say it is time to do math, is glued to your book this afternoon... 
Many of the topics in these first two books are dealt with in much more detail in the further books.  
Murderous Maths: Bend Your Brain

Murderous Maths: Mash Your Mind
 
 
The Awesome Arithmetricks

The Mean and Vulgar Bits
 
 
Desperate Measures

Do You Feel Lucky?
This book deals with probability starting with the very basics, but following
the subject well past the confines of the usual school curriculum.
 
Savage Shapes
This is the pure geometry book which has no sums!

The Key to the Universe
This book is more of a "feature" book rather than an instruction book. It's packed
with facts on numbers that have strange properites.
 
The Phantom X
This book has just about everything you ever need to know about algebra.

The Fiendish Angletron
Here is everything needed to understand Trigonometry including ratios and geometry


The Perfect Sausage

Easy Questions Evil Answers
Presented in a question and answer format, lots of key maths topics are demonstrated in use including:


Professor Fiendish's Brainbenders
Over 100 different challenges, many of which are maths based. Puzzle types include

The Secret Life of CODES
Everything from basic substitution codes up to the RSA code used for sending credit card details over the internet!
 

USEFUL LINKS:
The Complete Book Index
and Primary Times reviews of
"Diabolical Brainbenders"
The Full Site Contents at a Glance
Murderous Maths Main Index Page
My boys dropped everything and are ravenously devouring the words written on the pages  my 9 year old boy, who groans when I say it is time to do math, is glued to your book this afternoon.

I am a homeschooling mother of 5 in Wahoo,Nebraska.
I heard about Murderous Maths from my MathUSee group.
This is the math curriculum I use.
I am always looking for good, fun math to supplement my children's learning.
Robin Schneider 
We're expat brits in California (San Jose) and
we heard about MM from our relatives in the UK.
We bought a couple of the books and found that
they were read several times by our children.
They enjoy the jokes and even pick up a bit on the maths.
Thanks for the great books. 
We're a British family living in USA with 2 children  and we find the maths
teaching and the maths text books here REALLY boring  so we have enjoyed
Murderous Maths books which we found on a trip back to UK recently.

I'm a math & science teacher in secondary schools in the
neighbourhood of Rome and my wife is a researcher at the
National Institute of Health.
We both found your books interesting , exhilarant , rich
in tips and very appropriate to link pupils to the
usually very boring and tiring activitities connected with maths.
Enrico & Milena Marchiori 