Monthly Archives: April 2014

Free copy of The Golden Grave

My thriller, The Golden Grave (, which is set in the old battlefields of post-World War One Flanders, is FREE for the next three days (April 25-27). It’s a tale of lust, greed and double-dealing (they say write what you … Continue reading

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Living Close to Greatness

History records great deeds. Usually, it is the famous personalities whose actions are written about to the detriment of others who were also involved. One of the reasons for this blog is to attempt to redress that and to record … Continue reading

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The Two Elizas – The Irish Courtesans who set the World Alight

Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl… so far, so true (and with thanks to Barry Manilow), but this particular Lola  also happened to be one of Europe’s most beautiful and talked-about women, who married several times and who … Continue reading

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