"Time After Time" is my third published novel. I also have two anthologies of flash fiction. All are available on Amazon kindle. 


A gangster's moll is on the run from her murderous husband who she betrayed between the sheets.. She's left everything behind with her old identity back in Britain and now sings for her supper by holding court in bars at a Club 18-30 holiday resort by day and luring prey to take her back to a hotel room by night. Back in Britain, an NHS nurse is under siege from her own abusive patients. She resolves to treat not just their ailing bodies, but their afflicted souls. Two avenging angels, one incendiary convergence.

Gangster threatiquette, "Ibiza Uncovered", Cilla's "Blind Date" as held in a police line up, Greek myths, Oxbridge High Table and nightclub foam parties. A guided tour into the contemporary British soul, this scurrilous and scabrous book not only peels away the sunburnt skin of our hens, stags, booze cruisers and sex tourists, but delights in jabbing fingers into the pus below. Wish you were anywhere but here?

Sample chapter 1  Website

"Not In My Name"

Semtex semiotics, internet grooming, ID theft by the most unreliable of narrators, he who willfully misleads. Is that a wailing siren, or bomb-blast tinnitus inundating your hearing?

An online activist who submerges his identity within the Net, stealing those of others as well as their souls. Grooming not for desire, but for death. Cyberspace is where the real politics is being fought out, in far more vicious and unconstrained talking shops than any legislature. In an anonymous realm, who exactly can be said to be acting in whose name?

The novel explores the limits of political opposition within a democracy. What actions remain when marches, petitions, lapel ribbons, all fail to move the Executive? It traces the explosive transformative process behind the ultimate form of resistance, a home-grown suicide bomber. What are the divergent pulls on identity, of growing up British, Asian and Muslim, that in extreme cases can lead to 7/7?

The novel is a trenchant sweep across Britain in the 21st century. Full of the anxieties of eyeing up fellow commuters on the London Underground, crucifixes and hijabs in the workplace, aspirational lifestyles, adventure tourism, green issues, Big Brother (Orwellian), Big Brother (Endemolian), radioactive assassinations and the Arctic Monkeys. Refracted through people's opinions expressed on forums and blogs.



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