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Night Lark – New Suspense on Pre-Order

By |2022-10-05T14:53:14+13:00August 22nd, 2022|Coming Soon, Excerpt Work in Progress, Lark, News Letter, News Updates, Night Lark|

I’m excited to let you know my new book, Night Lark, a thriller romantic suspense, is on pre-order and will be available by the end of September.

Here’s the final cover and the final blurb – even the title got updated to Night Lark. Pre-order here and read the full blurb below.

“It’s just a Night Lark until Grace disappears […]

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Crow’s Song Book Excerpt

By |2022-01-20T13:59:15+13:00January 14th, 2022|Coming Soon, Crow's Song, Excerpt Work in Progress, News Letter, News Updates|

Here’s a small taste of Crow’s Song, my NEW WWII historical fiction book due for release in February.

Preorder kindle version here prior to Crow’s Song release on 21st February, 2022.

An Excerpt from Crow’s Song, Chapter 25, Taking the Heat…

The main character is Piet Verberne, a teenager who overheard his parents conversation the previous night:

Ma swings around. ‘Yes. What’s the matter?’

‘I […]

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What’s In A Name?

By |2021-09-06T14:09:52+12:00September 2nd, 2021|Coming Soon, Crow's Song, Excerpt Work in Progress, News Letter, News Updates, Reviews|

What’s in a Name?

It must be a fool moon! I’m not kidding. It’s taken me eight-months to get halfway through my current book project, Crow’s Song.

Then I decided to start writing another secret-squirrel book at the same time. Working on two books every day!! There must be medication for this, right? To hell with housework, ironing, and dust bunnies! […]

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Crow’s Song Excerpt

By |2021-04-19T14:04:02+12:00April 18th, 2021|Crow's Song, Excerpt Work in Progress, News Updates|

We stare upwards in collective horror.

I bolt across the fields, running towards the plummeting Mosquito aircraft, while the others cling onto one another, shouting unintelligible warnings.

I’m not sure what to do, but every second counts. Pam, my youngest cousin, shrieks towards the sky above. Flames are clearly visible from the broken right wing. Billowing smoke coils as the plane pirouettes, […]

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