Elisabeth has a secret. A big one. One that could derail her life and career.
Robert has a problem—Elisabeth.
He’s her instructing solicitor and she’s not playing by the legal rules in a murder trial in which she’s defending a 19 year old amnesiac.
A murder trial in which the victim’s wife says she saw the crime committed. A wife who has her own secrets.
Elisabeth knows her secret will become known. The wife wants to obliterate hers from existence.126,000 word intrigue suspense.
A collection of my best short stories.
In Tapestries and sleeping beauties Carolyn Burns, embroiderer-extraordinaire, little knows what she’s up against when she meets brother-in-law Bob’s architect, Alexander Wells, on the building site of Bob’s new home.
Squeaky shoes takes you into the courtroom for a divorce based on farting.
The scenic route, an award-winning true story, shows what can happen when you ignore a young Carabinieri with a pistol.Yin and Yang is an exquisite story of love and loss and A south sea pearl a salutary lesson about trusting too easily.
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automaton: Photos in this album depict story locations in my legal thriller automaton so you can see where the action is taking place.
MyCanberra: I live in Australia's national capital, Canberra. I love it and thought I'd share some views with you.
Publicity photos: These are photos of me taken in the last six years.
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