My fictional world is London in the early part of the twentieth century. There’s plenty of conflict and intrigue.
A Kiss from France features a brave munitionette who puts a note in a box of ammunition shells destined for the Western Front during WW1. She falls in love with the soldier who replies. But in the fog of war nothing is what it seems.
The Taboo Murders, the first in the Vica Tempest crime series, starts on Coronation Day 1937. One of only a handful of women officers in London’s macho police, she sets out to catch a vicious killer who is using the shady Taboo Club to target victims. She soons learns that her job can also endanger those she cares about most.