The links on this page go to Amazon.com, but my novels are also available from other retailers both in print and electronic format, or through bookshops.
In 2014, after many years of writing academic books and papers for traditional publishers, I started my career as an independent author with a series of short mystery-cum-romance novels set between England and New Zealand. The interlinked stories of Carmen’s Roses, Blue Moon for Bombers, and The Windflower Vibration are available separately or in a combined volume Three Novellas. From an Amazon review of Carmen’s Roses:
Interwoven tale of love, mystery and more than a touch of the paranormal. Interesting characters too, reminds me of a gothic novel.
I went on to publish three longer novels, based on manuscripts written while I was working as a doctor in England during the 1980s. Overdose is set in an old mental asylum, Fatal Feverfew in a healing retreat and Unfaithful unto Death in rural general practice. They give a historically accurate, if mildly satirical, picture of medical practice and social attitudes very different from those of today. From an Amazon review of Overdose:
Powerful evocation of psychiatric practice 30-40 years ago, parts of which are truly shocking. Story that carries you along – I did not want to put it down until I knew what had happened. Great read with serious thought-provoking aspects and a character to hate with a clear conscience.
My latest novel is called You Yet Shall Die. Set in southeast England during the recent past, the story is about the unravelling of family secrets and the discovery of a long-ago crime.
I loved it! I really liked the characters and the sense of buried secrets gradually coming to light. And the twists were excellent, very clever! Sarah S, Auckland.