A unique adaptation of the author’s novel ‘The Voices of Crabtree Lane’ which was launched at the London Book Fair in April. ‘Voices from the Vale’ is set in the western foothills of Australia’s spectacular Blue Mountains and has different vernacular, geography, wildlife and ending.
The dictator, the fear, the savagery. This is Africa - steaming with heat and hatred. This is Zimbabwe 2014, where one man’s justice is another man’s vengeance. This is the law of the jungle, where all Gods are right but no Gods seem to be listening.
A brilliant, evocative book for baby boomers and senior primary schoolers. Journey back to the golden years of teenage innocence. Set the senses, memory and emotions ablaze. It’s England 1958. For adults, life is tough, making ends meet an endless battle.
My first book, 'Wonder, Thunder and Blunder Down Under' is a Pom's eyeview of Australia and her colourful inhabitants. It is a diverse collection of true tales, some on how to survive living with Aussies, either in their own habitat or overseas.
It’s Munich 1931. In a plush apartment in Prinzregentenplatz, Geli Raubal is eight months pregnant and dying. She has shot herself after being ordered to ‘get rid of the child’ by the father, a man the world would shortly know as ‘The Fuhrer’.