My books

If you’re after a medical text, you’re in the wrong place.  This page is about much lighter reading matter. 

My novel, The Girls from Alexandria, is now out.  

Alone and abandoned in a London hospital, 70-year-old Nadia is facing the rest of her life spent in a care home unless she can contact her sister Simone… who went missing from the family home in Alexandria 50 years ago. But all Nadia has to go on is a box of cryptic postcards and her own jumbled memories of Egypt.

People seem to like the book.  ‘Elegant, beautifully written, strikingly original‘ & ‘a straight up masterpiece‘, say two reviews. And isn’t the cover stunning?

My fiction ride started with One Night at the Jacaranda. Can you build a relationship on a foundation of lies? A motley group of Londoners reinvent themselves and go looking for love. 

One Night at the Jacaranda

People were kind enough to buy the book and say lovely things about it, so I kept writing. 

Hampstead Fever follows the lives of six people as they grapple with soaring temperatures and sizzling emotions.  

Hampstead Fever

Here’s a bit more about the book.

Chef Dan should be blissfully happy. He has the woman of his dreams and a job in a trendy Hampstead bistro. But his over-anxious partner, engrossed in their baby, has no time for him.

Stressed doctor Geoff finds solace in the arms of a mercurial actress. Journalist Harriet’s long-term relationship hits the buffers, leaving serious questions to answer.

Meanwhile single mother of four Karen lacks the appetite for a suitable relationship. Any guesses what she opts for instead?

Hampstead Fever is available in ebook and paperback.