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No children or animals were harmed in the writing of these novels, but the author did turn into a Miss Marple look-a-like during the process, whilst devising and scheming storylines to keep the dear reader happy. I hope the latest creations will soon be streaming down your fibre optics and into the electronic device or paperback book of your choice.
If you love a gritty family saga in a beautiful setting, then Northern Spirit is one for you. It is the first in the series and introduces the Keldas family and follows, in the main, the life of David the eldest son.
The Last Boat To Nowhere is the second novel in the Keldas series. It starts in 1974 and follows David Keldas through to the next decade. It is out on Kindle now and in paperback. Although this is the second in the series it can stand alone and be read as a taster.
Keld Head: The Keeper of The House is the controversial prequel and completes the trilogy of the Keldas family saga. Read it first or read it last. It begins in 1903 and follows the life of Robert, Freddie and Elizabeth Keldas in Edwardian England. This is a romance like no other as we journey through Lakeland during wartime and peace.
Coming soon: Jamie : Life Through Monochrome Eyes. To be released before the end of 2014... Digital version only.
All of the Keldas family series are available in paperback from Amazon should you wish to have and hold a real book or buy as a gift for a friend.
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To Paint a White Horse is now available on Kindle. It is a quirky English mystery. It will depend on its success whether I put it in print.
I wrote it with a view to being a light-hearted story with human interest. The characters are all likeable, especially Jonathan Miller, the marathon runner. This is a contemporary novel and is unique in its subject matter in the restoration of a massive chalk horse.
Donkey Innocence will make you smile and long for the freedom of youth and the beauty of innocence. All royalties from this story go to the Brooke.org an international animal welfare organization dedicated to improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules in some of the world's poorest communities.