I’m not the only one with a habit of predicting the future. Here are some books which are scarily prescient.
It’s odd that when you browse the political thriller charts on Amazon, you get something very different from what you see on TV. I want to change that!
A House Divided, a tense and timely political thriller, is out now. It’s getting great reviews!
I’m hooked. It’s rare to find a TV programme so good that I set a date in my mental diary to watch it live. Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, the occasional sporting event. Everything else gets streamed. Even Bake Off (although only since it moved to Channel 4). But Bodyguard, currently showing on Sunday nights […]
It’s time for my next book to become a physical object at last. I’m still waiting for the proof to be delivered (read: lying on the floor under the letterbox screaming for the postie to hurry up) but in the meantime here’s the paperback cover in all its glory! I think it’s rather lovely, but […]
Welcome back to my series of book recommendations! I’ve taken a break from these over the summer but now I’m back and it’s time for a new list. Today I’m recommending some thrillers which as well as being page turners, also have a serious theme or issue at their heart. The Quality of Silence by […]
It’s less than a month until the publication of A House Divided and it’s now available to pre-order on Amazon in e-book. The paperback will be available when the book’s published on 25 September. Here’s the blurb: Jennifer Sinclair is many things: loyal government minister, loving wife and devoted mother. But when a terror attack […]
Susan is in her kitchen when the Spaghetti Junction bomb hits. Where is her son? What has hit the front window of her neighbour Celete’s house and is Celeste injured? Find out by reading this story.
A profile of Jennifer Sinclair, protagonist of A House Divided
Did you know that the House of Commons has secret spaces where only MPs are allowed? The one that’s least well-known features in ‘A House Divided’.