Series: Templeton Cove Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: Jan 1st 2018 Publisher: Harlequin Mac Orman is on a mission. When he discovers his recently deceased father had been searching for his birth mother, Mac aims to finish the job by finding the grandmother he never knew. His quest leads him to Templeton Cove—and a firecracker … More A Stranger in the Cove
Genre: Thriller/paranormal Release Date: 26th September Paperback 7th November Kindle Publisher: Crooked Cat Books 18+ Dakota Crow has been murdered, her body dumped in a lonely part of the woods, and nobody knows but her and her killer. Stranded in Purgatory, a rotting hotel on the edge of forever, with no memory of her death, … More Purgatory Hotel
I’m out in the garden waiting for one of my Crooked Cat friends to arrive. We haven’t met before but all work very closely on co-promoting each other’s work. Ah- here she comes. Welcome, Lizzie Chantree! Come on over to the table and help yourself to … what would you like to drink? I drink … More Ninja Lizzie
Series: London Murder Mystery series book #2 Genre: Cozy Crime Release Date: 19th December 2017 Publisher: Crooked Cat Books Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Dulwich… It’s a perfect summer’s morning in the plush south London suburb, and thirty-something Beth Haldane has sneaked off to visit one of her favourite … More The Girl in the Gallery
Series: First book in my new Wych Ferry Series Genre: historical fiction Release Date: 12th December, 2017 Publisher: Crooked Cat Books A world beyond her own. A sea captain passes through the forgotten port of Wych Ferry, and whiles away an hour relating his traveller’s tales to young Rosamund Euden. He tells her that the … More WHALES AND STRANGE STARS
…are we to the gods, they kill us for their sport.” (Shakespeare → King Lear → Act 4, Scene 1, Page 2) There are many different names for the places where people believe their gods to live: Valhalla, Paradise, Heaven etc. It is little-known that the deities of all religions, of all ages, dwell happily together in a vast … More “As flies to wanton boys….
My guest today is Heidi Catherine – another Crooked Cat writer and I am sure she is going to be frozen! Whoa! It’s a bit cold here. Hi Ailsa. So lovely to meet you. Do you have an extra coat for me please? I’ve gone from summer in Australia to winter at Bingergread Cottage. I … More Hi Heidi!
Elaine loved one thing above all others about being a widow: finally she could rant. Yes, there was nobody in the house since her kids grew up and her husband died (thank God!) but her habit of being out front in the garden gave her some opportunity to communicate. Just waving at passing cars was … More Ever learn?
I went to physiotherapy this morning with the intention of going shopping for Badger’s birthday as I had an opportunity of being alone. Unfortunately I learned there that one of my neighbours in the village had died so I went straight from the medical centre to the funeral home to say my goodbyes to him. … More No good deed…
… is also a beginning. I’ve lived by this all my life, it’s part of the pagan creed and just common sense. When something stops, something else starts because Nature abhors a vacuum. This has all come home to me in many ways recently. Facing up to Badger’s death has been a surprisingly positive … More Every ending …..