I gave up my career as a family law barrister in 2013 to pursue my dream of being a writer. Since then, I have written three complete manuscript novels. The plan is to get them published and carry on with the fourth (a Cornish thriller) and the fifth (based around the life of bushranger Ben Hall).
The Tale of Henry Keck (2015)
The life and times of the first governor of Darlinghurst Gaol in the 1840s. Original research undertaken while completing my Masters Degree in Creative Writing at UTS, Sydney on a career sabbatical 1999 to 2001.
The Skeleton On The Mount (2015)
Based on the true discovery of a seven-foot skeleton under the chapel on St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall, in 1740.
Wednesday’s Children (2017)
A contemporary crime comedy set in Cornwall.
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