My third book, psychological crime drama Only You Know, will be published by the Harper Collins Killer Reads imprint in July 2017. You can find some hints on the story (and preorder!) here.
My second novel, Her Turn To Cry, was also published by Harper Collins and released as an ebook on July 8th 2016 and a paperback on September 8th 2016.
London, 1965. Top model Joycie Todd lives a glittering life with photographer Marcus Blake. But her childhood tells a different story…
When she was eleven, Joycie’s mother disappeared. Run away with another man, so everyone says. But Joycie can’t forget the thumps she heard in the night, or the bloodstained rug hidden under the bed. A rug that was gone the next day.
Twelve years later, Joycie has left her past behind. But when an old friend dies, Joycie is left a letter beseeching her to find out the truth. Unable to keep the door locked any longer, Joycie sets out to discover why her mother left her – if she ever really did.
As she travels to the shabby seaside towns of her childhood, Joycie soon finds that it’s not just her mother who vanished all those years ago. Joycie knows the disappearances are connected, she just doesn’t know how. But there’s someone out there who does – and they will do anything to keep it buried.
I talk about my research for Her Turn To Cry over at the Killer Reads Blog where you can also read the first chapter.
My first novel, Amazon bestseller Mindsight, is a psychological thriller published by Harper Collins Killer Reads.
It was chosen as a Sunday Express best summer read in July 2016 http://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/books/686792/Holiday-book-selection-July-2016
Five years ago, Clare killed her family – her husband, her father, and her son. While she has no memory of the car accident, she cannot refute the evidence of drugs in her system. She has accepted her guilt, and served her time.
Now, released from prison, all she wants is to be reconciled with her remaining son, 13-year-old Tommy. But he demands to know the full truth of what happened on that fateful night.
Probing into the past, however, turns out to be a dangerous exercise, threatening not only Clare’s sanity, but ultimately her life…
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