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He’s Been At It Again!

July 5, 2015

I had a great time in Carlisle at the Crime Writing Weekend. It was good to meet up with fellow authors again and I hope that the event was an overall success and there will be many more to follow.

If you think I’ve been idle recently, my alter ego, William Gordon has been busy. Without even asking my permission, he’s gone ahead and written a trilogy of love stories with a suspense and espionage background.

Under the collective title of Love Changes Everything, the stories are all about women torn between love and duty.

Here’s a foretaste of what to expect….

 Love Changes EverythingNobody Does It Better

Following his wife’s tragic death, Nick Foster struggles with his grief as he brings up his young daughter. Then he receives a shocking message. Is it the work of a sick prankster? Nick’s world is about to be turned upside down, but will he find peace of mind?


I Can’t Stop Loving You

Private investigator Paul Fletcher met Ginny Long in Ibiza when they were teenagers; they fell in love, an innocent holiday romance. Twelve years later Ginny reappears, begging Paul for help. Is she really in the danger she fears? Or has she an ulterior motive?

 Just One Look

The sole occupant of the isolation wing at a hospital in Cumbria is known only as Patient Fifteen. As he recovers, he learns that he is an expendable decoy in a deadly game of cat and mouse. He has only one ally, a girl with beautiful eyes – but can he trust her? Or is she part of the conspiracy?

I was relieved to see one or two corpses in there, otherwise my reputation might have been irreparably damaged. It only shows how careful you have to be, because anything can happen the minute your back is turned.

The digital version is already available on Amazon and the paperback will be released shortly.


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