Thank you to every single one of you who have taken the trouble to tell me how much you enjoy my books. I love writing them and am truly grateful for my publishing team Berkley Publishing Group--but there would be no books unless you read them! Here's to an exciting 2021 for all of us. ... See MoreSee Less
Just a quick note to let those of you who won a copy of POPPY REDFERN AND THE FATAL FLYERS. know that I am off to the Post Office tomorrow to mail them to you!!! Thank you for your patience, both UPS and the PO were packed before Christmas.
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Rev was a five year old Canadian Thoroughbred when we bought him as an off-the-track, ‘trained in dressage’ prospective 3-Day Eventer for Georgia. We were assured he had been over a ‘few jumps’, but it was clear he had done … Continue reading
I have just made–even if I say so myself–a spectacular dinner: roast pork with scallions and fennel, and buttered cabbage. A simple luscious meal for a cold autumn evening. I didn’t have to queue for an hour at the butcher … Continue reading
My father was given a thrashing because he and his cousin sat up on the roof of their house in Greenwich with their Spam sandwiches to watch a dogfight between Messerschmidts and Spitfires over the London docks. Continue reading
It was between the wars that the whodunit murder mystery reached its greatest popularity. We call them cozies today, because they contain a minimum of violence –although the murder can be gruesome –and there is no sex whatsoever; even romance … Continue reading