Welcome to my website! You will find news of my books, a little about me, and I would love to hear your comments and to answer any questions you may have.
I hope to hear from book clubs, too - about books you have enjoyed or are currently reading. You can reach me by email via the contact page here.
I can't begin to say how much I enjoy writing. A book becomes part of your very being in the process. The characters grow and develop, they lead you by the hand down new avenues, give you surprises, become obstinate, loving; it’s a marvellously rewarding experience.
My previous novels, Glass Houses, Ursula's Story, A Matter of Loyalty and Ex-Wives are all available on ebook and in paperback. I'd be delighted to hear any comments and thoughts you may have about any you've read.
My fifth book, Tell the Girl, is fiction, but draws heavily on my personal experiences in the 60s, personalities and people I knew and met, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Jack and Jackie Kennedy, among others, and my modelling career. The principal character, Susanna, relives my experiences as her own.
My latest novel, The Consequence of Love, (available in hardback and E-book and in paperback from 21st September) is the story of the dilemmas of the human heart and the sacrifices made. Nattie is happily married to Hugo and they have two beautiful young children, but she has never known what had happened to the man she truly loved. She still can't let go; there had been no closure and even seven years on she still aches and pines, wondering and fearing the worst. Not knowing meant not being able to grieve, that was the cruelty of it, hanging onto fading hope. And then one day, out of the blue, a new message appears in her emails… "Hello, Nattie, I'm in London! Very much hoping we can meet…" The Consequence of Love is a story that stands alone, but is a sequel in fact to an earlier book, A Matter of Loyalty. Many readers have wanted to know what happened to the hero of that book who had to flee the country with a new identity for his own safety. I did too and in this book all becomes clear.
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