Author of The Beatrice Stubbs series, journalist, publisher & founder member of Triskele Books, European correspondent for Words with JAM, half of Nuance Words, co-editor of The Woolf, ALLi Ambassador for Switzerland, Bookmuse reviewer and blogger
Founder, Manager and Strategist at Triskele Books
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Suicide – the act of taking one’s own life. Homicide – the act of taking someone else’s. An unethical banker suffocates. A diamond dealer slits his wrists. A media magnate freezes in the snow. A disgraced CEO inhales exhaust fumes. Four unpopular businessmen, four apparent suicides. Until Interpol find the same DNA at each death. Beatrice Stubbs, on her first real case since ‘the incident’, ar... read more
Bank Holiday weekend. Sunrise on a secluded Welsh beach and Beatrice Stubbs takes some innocent snaps. The scene contains more than just cliffs and seagulls, and someone wants those pictures destroyed. But Beatrice’s mind is on other things. Assigned to the London Transport Police, she’s pursuing the Finsbury Park Flasher, trying to pre-empt a serious sexual offence. While Beatrice is distract... read more
“I heartily recommend this as an exciting and intelligent read for fans of crime fiction.” Judging Covers “Reminds me of Nicci French's new series featuring Dr Frieda Klein.” Book’d Out “I was hooked from start to finish by the plot, the rising tension and looming menace, and the many-faceted personalities—even minor characters leap off the page.” Goodreads “Read this, and you'll be desperate ... read more
Santorini. Turquoise seas, ancient ruins and beautiful sunsets. And a woman thrown from a cliff. The violent death shocks fellow passengers of the Empress Louise, a grand cruise liner packed with British tourists. For newly promoted Inspector Nikos Stephanakis, the case poses linguistic and cultural problems. His request for assistance yields unexpected results. DI Beatrice Stubbs, called in a... read more
Twelve little oddities - an assortment of the bizarre, unexpected, charming, unsettling and downright peculiar. Into darkness or light, there are many ways to escape.
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Cookbook editor working with publishers and indie authors. Recent projects include Solomonov's Zahav and Samuelsson's Red Rooster Cookbook.
Freelance copy-editor and proofreader (STEM and non-fiction) for Bloomsbury, HarperCollins, Hodder, Routledge, OUP, Pearson and others