Released: December 2015

Elen A Celtic Trilogy (# Book 1)

Released: July 2016

Alice’s Secret A Celtic Trilogy (# Book 2)

Released: Christmas 2016

Stella Windermere The Case of the Polish Sailor

Stella Windermere is a Murder Mystery, set in my old hometown of Port Talbot, South Wales

Release date: August 2017

The Tourmaline Bracelet A Celtic Trilogy (#Book 3)

The third and final installment of A Celtic Trilogy, The Tourmaline Bracelet follows the next generation in this uplifting family saga. 

1912. Harry Jameson, the son of Henry and Bella Jameson, has been expelled from his posh Melbournian private school. With the war in Europe now on everyone’s doorstep, he enlists as an officer and is sent to France.  There he learns about love loss and the sacrifices we make in the pursuit of liberty.

1976. Elizabeth works in a Nursing Home on the edge of the Welsh border. Her life is filled with an aching loneliness after the death of her beloved David. When she finds a dusty old dressing box in the attic of the Home, she finds herself caught up in the events of the past, and of a search for a long forgotten bracelet that binds her to the bracelet’s owner.

Who is the mysterious soldier from the past that Elizabeth ‘sees’? And what does he want from her?

The Tourmaline Bracelet spans a hundred years, family generations, and the reasons behind our actions: to ultimately find what we desire most; love.

Set for release Autumn 2018!

The Zeeland Girl

Set for release Autumn 2018, The Zeeland Girl is a contemporary crime thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat!

Chrissie Johnson loves her life. She has a gorgeous husband, a successful business, and is having a baby. Life in southern England could not be better.

When she sees an ex-boyfriend from her old hometown in New Zealand, it brings back memories of the past. As she gets to know Ben again, she questions the life she has, and the one she left behind, especially concerning her sister, Clare.

Has Ben all the answers to her past?

The Zeeland Girl spans two countries. England and New Zealand, and questions the roles we create for ourselves, and the ones we leave behind.

 

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