‘Rita looked up to see the headteacher, Mrs Toft, peering in through the glass. Two dark figures lurked behind her.’ Read the opening chapter of Divide And Rule, book 2 in the Division Bell trilogy.
“We’re making you this offer now. You won’t get it again. There’s a van heading to the centre tonight, and you could be on it. If you want.” Read the second chapter of Divide And Rule.
A House Divided, a tense and timely political thriller, is out now. It’s getting great reviews!
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 […]
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 […]
‘Beyond the water, beyond the tourists and the London Eye, smoke gushed up and over the rooftops, spreading and billowing as the wind caught it. She stared as it thickened and rose. Behind her was silence, the Parliamentary Labour Party collectively holding its breath.’. Read Chapter 3 of ‘A House Divided’.
‘Across the Chamber, the Opposition bristled with contempt. Order papers waved in the air and voices rose to the vaulted ceiling. She focused on the dispatch box in front of her, trying to drown out the nagging voice inside her head.’ Read Chapter 2 of ‘A House Divided’.
‘Hayley Price was dead, and Jennifer Sinclair was going to get the blame.’ Read the opening chapters of ‘A House Divided’.
How do I get my ideas? The way Melanie Griffiths did in Working Girl, or via Sigourney Weaver’s method? Find out here.
Exile has now been out for over a week and I’ve been having fun watching which books it’s had time next to in the Amazon charts. I even woke up last Sunday to find it next to Stephen King, which was a nice surprise: It’s prompted me to come up with a list of post-apocalyptic books that I […]