In 1922 a blind WWI veteran and former intelligence officer attends a weekend with his aristocratic wife and her family at a country house in the New Forest, Hampshire. Fourteen people sit down to dinner on the Friday night; by the end of the weekend there are two murders, an attempted murder and a suicide. This is book one in a series of humorous murder mysteries and introduces young sleuths ... read more
Daisy was an only child, born – she had been told – on the coldest day of the year, with her mother sitting up in bed wearing a fur coat to keep warm, it was snowing heavily outside, making any travel almost impossible. Daisy’s earliest memories were of the small farm cottage on the edge of the New Forest where she lived, two up and two down, with a rather long old shed, at the bottom of the f... read more
Disturbing visions since childhood of a red headed woman holding up a brass candlestick bearing a flaring candle motivated Jamie Sinclair in 1959 to journey to England from New Zealand on a quest to discover the origins of these early visions.On the passage by sea to Southampton, subsequent employment in Kent culminating in an epic visit to Scotland's Western Isles, with the inevitable relatio... read more
Minor Greek heroes, Epistrophus and Schedius, are left behind by their father when he goes with Jason and the Argonauts who are setting sail in search of the Golden Fleece. The two young heroes are left in a beautiful part of Greece called Pelion. They are under the guidance of Cheiron, who teaches them about many of the legendary Greek heroes. He tells stories of their bravery, their triumphs... read more
Artolan Slime is an ordinary eleven-year-old boy growing up in the sleepy village of Dawnberry - a place still traumatised by a mining tragedy nearly forty years ago.Bullied by Lysander Nettle's gang and seemingly invisible to his odious Geography teacher, Mrs Potovens, Artolan is sceptical of the rumours circulating Dawnberry Academy of the Blue Lady - the ghost of a former teacher believed t... read more
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Associate editor at Atria (Simon and Schuster). Edits literary short stories and novels, women's fiction, psych thrillers. MFA in fiction.
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