What would you do if the man you loved vanished without a trace?
When Charlie Diamond is asked to find Abigail’s missing husband she knows the pair can’t be as happily in love as she’s being led to believe. There’s always more to every story and the wife is always the last to know.
But Charlie finds Abigail’s courage infectious and agrees to help. Along the way she’s forced to face her own demons and confront her beliefs around happy endings.
What really happened to Abigail’s mystery man that night? Can Charlie find him and what if she’s too late?
Because even the criminal underclass need pets!
When Charlie Diamond offers to help find charity shop manager Beverly’s missing Tortoise, she expects to have the case wrapped up in a week. After all, with such little legs, how far can one animal get?
But little does she know she’s about to undertake her most challenging investigation to date when she accidentally stumbles into the middle of a drugs ring.
Why are the criminal underclass suddenly interested in domesticated animals? Who’s really calling the shots? And will Beverley’s pet ever come home?
The Gloddfa Bont series
When Amy Preston sets up home in a little Welsh village with a funny sounding place name, all she really wants is to rebuild her life in solitude. Finding herself alone just a few days before Christmas, she couldn’t be happier with the arrangement. But the big-hearted Gloddfa Bont community has other ideas and between Christmas dinner and New Years Eve, they do all they can to win her round. But with a few skeletons of its own, can this community really find a place in Amy’s heart or will she be alone for good?
Published originally as a four part novella series, part one Amy’s Christmas is available for you to enjoy for free direct via Amazon.
After celebrating her 40th birthday in style, bored mum of two April is given an ultimatum: go to a spiritual retreat in France and write an article about the secret of happiness or collect your P45 from HR!
Far from being unable to cope without her, her teenage children are delighted at the prospect of two weeks without mum’s nagging and long-suffering husband Pete agrees to take the fortnight off work to keep them out of trouble. Anything if it means he’ll get his wife back!
Will April finally learn the secret of happiness and escape her boring life? Or is she doomed to a lifetime of writing book reviews and recipes for middle-aged Christian housewives?