I write crime, no shocker there. I try to keep my writing real, so some are hard-boiled, some of it is gentler. Thing is, I write about humans, and my characters don’t always do what I was expecting them to, so there are often surprises along the way. When reading you might squirm, you might cry, you may even hate me, but I hope you’ll enjoy the ride.
On a snowbound Cader Idris, death comes stalking.
Pen y Cwm: Cobb is running from his traumatic past. He hopes that burying himself in a small village on a Welsh mountainside will help, but Branwen Jones, local vet and member of the Mountain Rescue Team, will not let him.
Efficient and organised, Branwen firmly believes that getting Cobb actively involved in village life is the only way to help him recover. And it doesn’t hurt that Cobb is ruggedly good looking.
London: Jay Whitney is a grey-hat hacker, breaking into systems for the sheer fun of the challenge. Though if he happens to make some money out of it too, well, there are worse ways of making a living. But the day he hacks into Nemesis Records and finds himself with some very dodgy files, Jay learns that he has overreached himself.
With two hit-men on his heels, Jay flees to Wales, a decision that will have deadly consequences for Branwen, Cobb and the people of Pen y Cwm.
While investigating a cold case, DCI Matthew Piper dredges up the unexpected, which becomes all the more unwelcome when it links to a current missing persons enquiry.
Charlie Bell has lost everything. Everything except the goal of locking down the crime syndicate run by Mansel-Jones.
Having retreated to recover after a car crash, Ariadne Teddington is forced to face past she has always struggled to deal with. Returning home to meet her mother’s new lodger makes life a rollercoaster she can’t get off.
Can the present overcome the past to get a crime syndicate locked down for once and for all? And can any of them afford the price?