As above, my Gothic Historical darkly comic tale of a family curse 'The Vilainous Viscount Or the Curse of the Venns' is free on Amazon today, 5 September, and tomorrow. It features the eponymous wild, fortune hunting viscount, a sensible but warm hearted heroine, a family curse and of course, a haunted castle with … Continue reading ‘The Villainous Viscount Or the Curse of the Venns’ is free on Amazon today and tomorrow
“If this ain’t a Bow Street Runner or some other thief taker, then I’m a Dutchwoman,” Kate told Suki, as they watched the short, stocky, dapper man came up to the Inn door. “Good morning, Sir. What will you have?” They knew he was staying with their rivals in The King’s Justice up the road. … Continue reading More Comedy for Testing Times: An Extract from ‘Ravensdale’ (Now Free on Amazon ): Morpeth the Thief Taker, on the Trail of Reynaud Ravensdale, Calls in to Question the Landlord of the ‘The Huntsman’.
I wrote earlier of how dark comedy can be just the thing in hard times, and recommended some works by current Indie authors. Here is some dark comedy of my own in the form of two extracts from the sequel to 'That Scoundrel Émile Dubois'. In this, the vampire Kenrick makes an attemtped return to … Continue reading Dark Comedy: Extracts from ‘Where Worlds Meet’ – A Sequel to ‘That Scoundrel Émile Dubois’.
For those readers interested, my latest novel ‘The Peterloo Affair’ is free on both Amazons today. It's a love story set about the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, and here is the blurb: Young Joan Wright knows exactly what she wants: to escape with her friend Marcie from domestic drudgery in her poor village … Continue reading ‘The Peterloo Affair’ is free on Amazon today and tommorow…Also ‘Ravensdale’ free on Amazon.co.uk and Kobo