In my first novel, Break in Communication, the focal point of the plot is Porthcurno Telegraph Station in Cornwall. The story is fiction but the location is factual and was one of the most heavily guarded facilities in Britain in WW2. In addition to hundreds of troops guarding the area, it was heavily camouflaged and bristling with guns of all calibres. The photo below shows a Porthcurno Pill Box disguised as a Bus Stop.
My new action thriller novel The Forbidden Zone https://amzn.to/2GSdxcv is set in the diamond rich Namib Desert of former German South West Africa. The cold Benguela fog that regularly smothers the desert coast is at the heart of the story. It would make an ideal winter read or perhaps a 'stocking filler' for Christmas.
A big thankyou to Seven Circumstances for the review of The Forbidden Zone. I hope it whets your appetite for reading an action-thriller on these cold winter evenings.
My youngest reader settling down with The Forbidden Zone in front of the fire. Or perhaps watching Peppa Pig on TV? Thank you for the photo Olivia Begent.
I'm delighted to announce that my new novel The Forbidden Zone https://amzn.to/2GSdxcv is published today in paperback and Kindle formats. It would be an ideal read on these cold winter evenings or perhaps as a 'stocking filler' for Christmas.
I'm excited to say that my second novel, The Forbidden Zone, will be released in 2 days on 13th November. It is available for pre-order on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format.
The countdown has started for the release of my new novel The Forbidden Zone https://amzn.to/2GSdxcv on 13th November. It is available to pre-order on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats. It would make an ideal 'stocking filler' for Christmas.
With 102nd anniversary of the Armistice days away, what was life like for our ancestors on the western front in 1918?
If you had an ancestor who fought on the western front in 1918, have you ever wondered about the conditions they fought in and the military regime they fought under? Whilst specific to the 6th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, Mud Blood and Bayonet, the book describes the daily life that would have been typical for the soldiers who fought in 1918. From the murderous onslaught of the German Spring Offensive to the final push and victory on the 11th November 1918. The information has been collated from battalion, regimental and person diaries. http://amzn.to/2jE2WGd #WW1OnThisDay #ww1centenary #ww1
The Forbidden Zone is now available for pre-ordering https://amzn.to/2GSdxcv It will be available in paperback and Kindle formats from the 13th November.
My new novel The Forbidden Zone will be published on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format on 13 November 2020.
Managing the world’s richest diamond mine in former German South West Africa, Harvey Tremayne clashes with a colonial resistance group, intent on restoring their homeland. They smuggle diamonds destined for the Nazi military rearmament programme. Tremayne got in their way. They killed his wife. Driven by revenge, he’s now hunting for them.
His search takes him to places even more dangerous than the terror-filled trenches of his WW1 service. In the process, he is drawn into the shadowy world of British Secret Intelligence. They are hunting the same enemy but for a different reason.
Amid sizzling tensions, days before World War 2 is declared, the web of intrigue and murder he uncovers stretches from Tangier to the diamond-rich Forbidden Zone in the blistering Namib Desert. This land is merciless and treats the hunter and the hunted with equal contempt.
Brought alive by a vibrant backdrop and warts-and-all characters, this fast-paced action thriller delivers from the start until its startling and dramatic finale.
My first military history book, Mud, Blood and Bayonet was released on 1 Jan 2018. It is a history of the 6th Dorsetshire Regiment in 1918, day by day, for them the bloodiest year of the war.