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Forthcoming events: This is the page where you can read about what I’ve been up to recently, what I’m doing at the moment and what’s coming up in the near future.

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Very excited because the first proofs of my fourth novel,  The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood, have just arrived! This book addresses some of my favorite themes around motherhood, although it’s a little darker than my previous novels. Out in February 2019

My third novel, What She Lost, was published in March 2017

Eleanor and her mother Marjorie have always had a difficult relationship and although they’ve tried, they have somehow just failed to connect.

Now Marjorie has Alzheimer’s, and as her memory fades, her grip on what she has kept hidden begins to loosen. When she calls her daughter to say, ‘There’s something I have to tell you’, Eleanor hopes this will be the moment she learns the truth about the terrible secret that has cast a shadow over both their lives.

But Marjorie’s memory is failing fast and she can’t recall what she wanted to say. Eleanor knows time is running out, and as she tries to gently uncover the truth before it becomes lost inside her mother’s mind forever, she begins to discover what really happened when she was a child – and why…

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17 June 2015
The Italian translation of The Secrets We Left Behind is published by Leone Editore under the title Segretti Inconfessabli, which translates (very roughly) as Unmentionable Secrets.

Publication of The Secrets We Left Behind by US publisher, Skyhorse


1 April 2015 –

The German edition of The Things We Never Said Is published by Aufbau under the title, Ich Habe Dich Immer Geliebt, which translates as: I Have Always Loved You. I quite like the cover which is similar to the English version in that it shows a woman by the sea, and we can’t see her face (or in this case, her head!)