My latest crime thriller, The Grass Trail, is a tense story with plenty of twists. Crime boss Shaun Halloran is mouldering in Belmarsh prison, plotting his escape and obsessing about the beautiful woman he blames for his plight. Meanwhile, Kat White is making craft vodka – and drinking it too, when she receives Shaun’s poison pen letters and fears for her life…
Although each book stands alone and can be read independently, the Trail series follows the fortunes of the same group of characters.
Left penniless as a teenager, Kat has made a new life for herself in England. The Vodka Trail begins as she attempts to reclaim her father’s vodka business in the former Soviet Union. Businessman Marty Bridges wants to stop her. That’s not the only reason Kat hates him – she blames him for her parents’ deaths. But when she’s taken hostage by freedom fighters, only Marty can help her survive.
The first in the series, “swift, slick thriller” The Bride’s Trail, starts with a nasty shock for Amy Satterthwaite. A young graduate struggling with her job, finances and love life, Amy is falsely accused of marrying an illegal immigrant for money. At the same time, Amy’s glamorous flatmate, Kat, has disappeared. Amy and her arrogant colleague, Ross Pritchard, start looking for Kat – but a killer’s on the trail too. Who will find Kat first?
Read gripping short story The Gap, which introduces Kat.
Each book in the Trail series is available on Amazon at £1.99 as an e-book and £7.99 in paperback. There’s also a dyslexia-friendly large print edition, which is three times bigger and costs £12.50. The books can be ordered from your local bookshop too, although prices may vary.
After The Interview features three men, outwardly successful IT executives whose weaknesses lead to dramatic changes in their fortunes. Andrew, rejected for his dream job, finally takes a sweet revenge. Jed’s inability to understand others causes him to lose everything. Meanwhile, Boris takes an innocent flirtation too far, with fatal consequences.
Described as “a cracking read” and “the literary equivalent of a Guy Ritchie film”, After The Interview is an ideal read for your holiday or commute, and a great gift – sure to be passed around family and friends!
“Racy and pacy” Up In Smoke turns the spotlight on Big Tobacco. Susan is widowed young, and vows revenge on her husband’s killers. Spying on a tobacco company, she finds more than she bargained for. Boss Tony enjoys the trappings of corporate success – a mansion, a sexy mistress, and an unlimited expense account. But with enemies who want him dead, how long can his charmed life continue?
Readers loved it! “This book will have you hooked,” one 5 star reviewer said on Amazon, while another decided it was “carefully rolled to curl from the page and up into your eyes in the most pleasing of ways.”
Find out for yourself! Up In Smoke is available to buy here,