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A little bit about me
Here are just few lines about me – I want us to feel less like strangers and more like friends.
If you haven’t heard about me – and most people haven’t, I’m under no illusion – then you probably won’t know about Roger Conniston or Eddie Collins.
My first crime thrillers, A Long Time Dead, Stealing Elgar, and No More Tears – written between 1997 and 2004 – are available individually, or as a boxset, only on Amazon. Here we see Scenes of Crime Officer (SOCO) Roger Conniston do battle with the self professed God of the Criminal Underworld, Hades. At stake is everything Roger cares about and everything Hades cares about too. This trilogy has a very loyal following, and I’m often asked to write a follow-up. We’ll see..
I also write about a Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) [not too difficult to do if you are one. And I am one] called Eddie Collins. I won’t go into detail here about him or the books he’s starred in, but you can certainly check those out here. There are six books in his series and four novellas. You could also spend a while trawling through the website: see Interviews, and The Story of…