Well, here I am, back home and back at work. I still feel a bit discombobulated (one of my favourite words) after my trip to NZ and Australia and I’m not sure if it’s the remnants of jet-lag or simply if I’m suffering from a bit of ergasiophobia (another favourite word). Continue Reading March 2017: How stories can save lives…
I’m writing this at 35,000ft above the Tasman Sea, flying from New Zealand to Australia – lucky me!
The launch of Tell Me A Lie has been terrific, thanks so much for all your reviews on Goodreads and Amazon – it means so much I can’t tell you. Not only does it get me noticed by new readers, but it makes me very happy ☺ ☺ as well as give me some really good feedback.
I can’t believe it’s been ten months since Dan Forrester and Lucy Davies hit the shelves – where has the time gone?!
I hope you all had a fabulous Christmas and that your stockings came full of books – in my view there is no more perfect gift than a well-chosen book. But then I would say that being a book addict as well as an author!
Continue Reading January 2017: My top five books of 2016
I’ve chose NIGHT HERON by Adam Brookes as my book of the year!
One of the best British spy novels I’ve read.
I’ve just returned from buying fairy lights, mince pies, and 100g* Flux Cored Solder. The fairy lights and mince pies were for the kitchen, the solder for my chap, but as I stood in the queue in Halford’s, looking at the coils of silvery solder, my mind trotted off into thriller-writer-land and I wondered whether I could use it to restrain somebody. A type of makeshift handcuffs, you could say. Continue Reading December 2016: Can a writer stop working – even at Christmas?
Having just delivered the first draft of the third Dan Forrester novel to my publisher, I find myself in a strange old place between the old and the new. Continue Reading November 2016: Finding my McGuffin
A little while ago, I was asked a few questions on my writing process and took the chance to share them on my Goodreads page. I’ll soon be talking about about finishing book 3, but in the meantime, here’s some news on the hows, whys and wheres of how my books come into being. Stay tuned for more updates and the meantime, you can sign up for my newsletter here.
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Harrogate International Festivals, where you can dip into an intoxicating mix of comedy, heated debate and scintillating socialising. Be inspired and join in the drama at Agatha Christie’s old haunt, the luxurious Old Swan Hotel, where over 80 authors will gather from the 21-24 July. Continue Reading Harrogate International Festivals
In the grip of amnesia, Dan Forrester believes he’s just an ordinary man.
Until a stranger approaches him with a startling revelation – and an explosive request . . .
Banished from the Met in disgrace, Lucy Davies’ life is falling apart.
But when a serial killer strikes in her new provincial posting, might it be her chance of redemption?
Stunned by her mother’s sudden death, Grace Reavey’s grief is
interrupted by a staggering act of blackmail – one that challenges everything
she knew about her mother.
Three Strangers. Countless secrets.
One deadly truth.
Published 7th April
‘Nothing short of brilliant’