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.
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.
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.