Things that go bump in the night: it’s The Case of the Deceased Clerk!

Third time's a charm (I hope) - The Case of the Deceased Clerk, book 3 in the Caster & Fleet Victorian mystery series I've written with Paula Harmon, is now LIVE on Amazon! And the paperback will be hot on the heels of the ebook, honest! See Clerk on Amazon We had a great time writing this …

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Katherine and Connie are back: The Case of the Runaway Client!

Watch out world, here comes book 2! Just over a month since The Case of the Black Tulips came out, here is the sequel, The Case of the Runaway Client. So if you enjoyed Katherine and Connie's first case, you can now catch up with their next adventure. And this time we've even managed to get the …

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Headstrong heroines and hansom cabs: it’s The Case of the Black Tulips!

It's finally happened - The Case of the Black Tulips is now LIVE on Amazon! And for its first week in the world, you can buy it for just 99c/99p (or it's available to read in Kindle Unlimited). See the book on Amazon When I say 'finally', though, Paula Harmon and I only wrote the draft in January, so …

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The Case of the Black Tulips is GO!

Allow me to introduce The Case of the Black Tulips, my very first co-written book, which is now available to pre-order from Amazon for just 99p/99c, with an official launch date of 19 June! If you like mysteries with humour, strong female characters, and plenty of twists, take a look. See the book on Amazon …

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In praise of laziness

It's been a shockingly long time since I wrote a proper blog post. Apologies, but I'm not quite sure where March and most of April went! I think the last time I mentioned my NaNoWriMo draft from November 2016, Murder At The Playgroup, was when I'd done a read-through preliminary to beginning THE EDIT (I finally …

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