Alasdair Hamilton and Toby Bowe are the darlings of post-war British cinema, playing Holmes and Watson onscreen and off. When they’re called on to portray their fellow amateur detectives—Orlando Coppersmith and Jonty Stewart—not only do they find distinct challenges in depicting real people, they also become embroiled in solving a century-old murder. How did a body lie undiscovered so long in the Stewart family vaults, who’s been covering up the murder ever since and why was the victim killed in the first place?
If you want more adventures for my actor laddies try The Case of the Grey Assassin or An Act of Detection.
Love in Every Season Four seasons, four stories, one connection – finding love.
Pack Up Your Troubles features three stories of love – won, lost and regained – against a backdrop of war.
Count the Shells Michael Gray returned from World War One injured, but at least he returned. Others were not so fortunate, including his first and greatest love, Thomas Carter-Clemence, with whom Michael had parted bitterly before the conflict began.
Broke Deep Morgan Capell’s life is falling apart by small degrees—his father’s dead, his boyfriend dumped him, and his mother’s in the grip of dementia.
Don’t Kiss the Vicar Dan Miller is firmly in the closet in his new parish. Could the inhabitants of a sedate Hampshire village ever accept a gay priest? Trickier than that, how can he hide his attraction for one of his flock, Steve Dexter?
In the Spotlight Two love stories with a showbiz theme.
Second Helpings Stuart Collins’s life might as well have ended a year ago when his partner died in a car crash. Even Stuart’s widowed father has found new love with an old friend, Isabel Franklin, so why can’t Stuart be bothered to try?
Dreams of a Hero Mild-mannered and unassuming, Miles is on a journey he never expected.
Promises Made Under Fire, e-book from Carina and audio from Audible. When Frank Foden is killed in no-man’s-land, he leaves behind a mysterious request for Tom Donald: to deliver a sealed letter to a man named Palmer.
Awfully Glad WWI hero Sam Hines is used to wearing a face that isn’t his own. When he’s not in the trenches, he’s the most popular female impersonator on the front, but a mysterious note from an anonymous admirer leaves him worried
Wild Bells Two tales of romance and mystery in the deep midwinter.
2 thoughts on “My other books”
How have I missed all these??? I knew once I started on your list I would struggle to stay solvent!!
I apologise profusely.