At long last…

At long last…

Hello! Please accept my apologies for my despicable neglect of this blog – truth is I’ve not had much to post lately, life has been…well, life and I’ve had nothing funny or exciting to shout about for some time. But things change! (Thank goodness)

So, here we are trying to fight off the January blues. I can’t do too much about January, except suggest that if you haven’t already you might like to read The Lost Child to give things a boost, but I can certainly help with your February funk – my second book, The Silent Girls will be released on the 18th just in time to kick Valentine’s day in its hearts and flowers emblazoned arse, and distract you from the fact that all the shops are shoving easter down your throat at every turn! ( OK, romance and chocolate are never a bad thing, but some of us of the more curmudgeonly bent might prefer our enjoyment on the darker side of things 😉 )

Can I tempt you? It’s up for pre order now and will pop up on your e reader on February18th at the stroke of midnight – just like a glass slipper, or a pumpkin or in all my sincerest hopes a darned good read 🙂



What if everything you knew was a lie…

This house has a past that won’t stay hidden, and it is time for the dead to speak.

Returning to Number 17, Coronation Square, Edie is shocked to find the place she remembers from childhood reeks of mould and decay. After her aunt Dolly’s death Edie must clear out the home on a street known for five vicious murders many years ago, but under the dirt and grime of years of neglect lurk dangerous truths.

For in this dark house there is misery, sin and dark secrets that can no longer stay hidden. The truth must come out.

Finding herself dragged back into the horrific murders of the past, Edie must find out what really happened all those years ago. But as Edie uncovers the history of the family she had all but forgotten, she begins to wonder if sometimes it isn’t best to leave them buried.

An unforgettable and addictive story, perfect for fans of Lesley Thomson, Diane Chamberlain and Tracy Buchanan.


Happy new year everyone!

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