"Visit the borderlands where past and present meet..."
Independent bookshops are fabulous and are doing an amazing job through this difficult time. I'm supporting them where I can and the following have been kind enough to offer an order link for my book:
The Forgotten Sister
The story of The Forgotten Sister is inspired by the real historical mystery around the death of Amy Robsart, wife of Robert Dudley, favourite of Queen Elizabeth I and is set at the Elizabethan court and in modern-day London and Oxford.
"A fascinating historical...a rich mystery"
"Filled with intrigue and the supernatural"
“A unique and intriguing read.”
As part of its diamond anniversary celebrations the Romantic Novelists Association is running a poll of readers’ favourite romantic reads from across the last six decades. I am thrilled and honoured that House of Shadows has made the shortlist along with some of my all -time favourite books like Touch Not the Cat by Mary Stewart and Lady of Hay by Barbara Erskine.
in conjunction with the Friends of Lydiard Park I am celebrating Valentine’s Day with a Regency love story. “Love at Lydiard Park.”
In 1793, the Hon Frederick St John married the Hon Arabella Craven, uniting two powerful local families. In this talk I trace the story of Arabella and Frederick from the ballrooms and clubs of London society to piracy on the high seas. Ticket details are on the Friends of Lydiard Park website.