The first six books I wrote were crime thrillers, listed below as Originals. Then I wrote a three book series about Harry Fingle, an investigative journalist who MI6 and the CIA used to further their immoral and illegal agenda. After writing about Harry, I wrote two physiological crime novels, and then I thought I’d hand up my dagger and pistol and write about people and how they deal with life’s challenges. The first in this new genre is Otto and Frankie, which was published in 2020.
Otto and Frankie. A dying man’s fight against injustice, his wife’s unusual affair, and the love of his long-lost daughter. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Truth is not always true. Joe thought his wife had died and remarried. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Night Running. Why does he run at night? amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Harry Fingle Stories
Playing Harry. Harry challenges the integrity of the CIA and MI6. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Assassination Continuum. An assassin pursues Harry. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Zero One. Harry’s last hurrah. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Electronic Crime in Muted Key. A man buys a dead body. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Killing Sam Forever. Sam visits his killer. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Murder He Forgot. Amnesia hides a man’s murderous intent. amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
The Wrong Menu. A chef – and a murderer? amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
Death in the Fishing Net. Whose body is in the net? amazon.com, amazon.co.uk
The Bloodied Black Heart. A transplanted heart saves the world. amazon.com amazon.co.uk
I’ve put four of my most recent short stories in one book, Life in four stories. All proceeds go to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to help the most vulnerable communities fight COVID – 19.
Life in four stories
Four shorts: two about life, love, and death; one a poignant and disturbing memory that dangles a question unanswered; and one a wild fantasy – plus the first chapter of my latest book, Otto and Frankie.
By buying this book you are helping fund ICRC in its valuable work.
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