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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day! I had hoped to spend today being spoilt with prosecco and cake in some nice cafe - but I'm grateful that my family are healthy and safe at the moment, and spending time with them, no matter what, is the best Mother's Day present. All four of my psychological thrillers are aboutRead More »Happy Mother’s Day!

One Year Later – Bethany

I recently saw a set of three mugs in one of my favourite shops. They read: I'm the oldest child - I make the rules. I'm the middle child - I'm the reason we have rules. I'm the youngest child - the rules don't apply to me. I had great fun creating Bethany’s character. She’sRead More »One Year Later – Bethany

One Year Later – Italy

I’ve always loved Italy, so when I needed a seemingly idyllic holiday for my family in One Year Later, my current psychological thriller, it made sense to choose Italy. I’ve certainly enjoyed remembering the delicious Italian food I’ve eaten on all those trips, the sandy beaches and the slower pace of life…but as the FlowerRead More »One Year Later – Italy

One Year Later – Dante

I did not die and yet I lost life’s breath… I always like to have a theme or a leitmotif running through my novels and in this one, One Year Later, it’s Dante’s The Divine Comedy. There’s the obvious aspects - it’s set in Italy, it’s hot as hell, but it’s about a young man’sRead More »One Year Later – Dante

One Year Later – Nick Flowers

Here's an extract from One Year Later, told from Nick Flowers' perspective, the day his niece, Ruby-May, died.   If you prefer to read it, you can download a different extract told from Nick's point of view here: One Year Later - Nick Flowers   https://youtu.be/B9dk99onT-I

One Year Later – The Prologue

Here's the prologue to One Year Later. Let me know what you think!   If you prefer to read it, you can download it for free here: One Year Later - Prologue   https://youtu.be/F6qf4QRVfcg

One Year Later

Here's what One Year Later is all about.   https://youtu.be/lVmBz2DAQw0