This story has been in my head, begging for freedom for a long time now, but everything kept getting in the way. But one day last summer the first few words made it out and on to the paper.
I published it on Amazon in November and I am so proud of it you wouldn’t believe!
Basically it is the story of Kate, an aging painter whose life has been eventful to say the least, punctuated by the amount of times she has nearly died.
Cats get nine lives, so they say, how many will Kate get and why is this happening to her?
Amazon Link: myBook.to/TheNinthLife
And this is the cover for the next story in the series. Kate has somehow survived, but fate hasn’t done with her yet…
Kate Devereau wakes up in a hospital, unable to speak or move. Her brain has shut down, refusing to acknowledge her dark and disturbing past, concealing a web of painful secrets.
Michael Barratt brought her to the hospital, insisting that her ex-husband had tried to kill her. And from the state of him, had tried to kill him too. He had been searching for Kate for years, ever since their doomed love affair, only to discover someone else had been hunting her too.
With the help of the DI David Snow, Kate will gradually piece her life back together, only to discover the nightmare is far from over.
Her first instinct is to run, but David Snow convinces her to stay and help him put an end to the nightmare. A nightmare that will get progressively worse before it gets better.
Haunted by his own demons, will the Snowman manage to catch the twisted killer?
Evil lurks in this story and people die, but amidst the tears and heartache, a lost love struggles to survive…
Amazon Link: myBook.to/TheLastLife
And finally, the last book of the series… (I think)
DI David Snow has a serial killer to catch, a killer as mysterious as the crimes he commits.
The killer seems to have a personal vendetta against Snow, but he is determined that no one else should die because of him.
Snow’s efforts are hampered by his failing health, and the arrival of a new sergeant, ‘ruthless’ Ruth Winton.
However, Ruth Winton is not what she seems. Alarm bells start to ring when Snow realises she is after more than just his job.
In a surprise twist, we learn that Snow cannot win, and he passes the reins to his junior sergeant, Danny.
Can Danny finally outwit the killer, or is he doomed to fail too?
Amazon Link: myBook.to/BrokenLife