London in the eighteenth century was no place to be a poor young girl with high hopes.
Wakenhyrst – Book Review
I know Maud and Wake’s End will remain with me for a long time, and I will find myself back in the fen when I least expect it.
The Victorian Governess: Research
The Victorian Governess, by Katherine Hughes, gives a straight forward account of what life was really like for those women who floated uneasily on the border between servant and lady.
The Victorian House by Judith Flanders: Research Books
I have just finished The Victorian House by Judith Flanders. After writing five books set in the Victorian period, I felt my research needed topping up. Well, I couldn’t have started with a better book.
What I Was - Review
A beguiling, slow-paced YA novel about love and identity in 1960s England.
DEATH AND THE DREADNOUGHT - REVIEW
A fast-paced historical thriller with a lovable rogue.
THE ESSEX SERPENT - REVIEW
Historical literary fiction which speculates about the different forms of love and life in our society.
THE SILENT COMPANIONS - REVIEW
A Victorian ghost story with a creepy, gothic atmosphere.
THE COTTINGLEY SECRET – REVIEW
A beautiful time-slip novel about the power of belief and following your heart.
THE VANISHING OF AUDREY WILDE – REVIEW
A gothic time-slip novel set against the gorgeous backdrop of a Cotswold manor.
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