Below you will find a list of current titles in reverse chronological order.
All are available in paperback and Kindle format, free to read with Kindle Unlimited and included in the Amazon Matchbook programme unless otherwise stated.
What happens if you die, but you can’t let go?
Samantha Riley let go, but found herself sent back.
Now she is estranged from her religious family. Cast out for wayward behaviour. Cut off for holding to a near-death experience that questions the certainty of their faith.
Saddled with a new, unwanted gift to guide earthbound spirits to the light, Samantha lives a hand-to-mouth existence as she walks out a mandate she can’t escape.
Meanwhile, a stranded, bereaved and departed husband will do anything to bring his wife back to the half-light.
All that would be challenge enough to resolve on its own. But something dark in the world between has noticed Samantha’s activities and isn’t happy…
You can run from the past, but sometimes it catches up.
Lisa Marston thought domestic violence and a psychotic boss were bad enough.
When physical danger, harassment and professional abuse cause her to flee south, the promised haven of peace and tranquillity proves anything but.
A quiet Kent village is thrown into chaos. Gruesome murders, missing children and unsettling whispers of an ancient evil all seem to revolve around the Maypole.
Is there any truth to rumours something like this happened once before?
Why does the retired schoolteacher appear to know more than she’s telling?
What have Norse mythology and folklore to do with the present, unsettling reality?
They’re just stories, after all…
Do you believe a house can have a soul?
If you had asked that question to David Holmes back in 1985, it might have given him pause. The next three decades of his career as a Dorset estate agent, provided a very definite answer.
Meoria Grange is an impressive manor, built around the time of the English Civil War. It stands sentinel atop the Wessex Ridgeway, occupying a site of historical importance dating back into the mists of British antiquity.
When a family move in to renovate after a tragic fire, horrific outcomes draw David ever closer to their disturbing source.
Similar repetitions unfold each time he instigates another sale, until a very personal impact causes him to seek out some answers once and for all.
How can pure love and abject horror exist together with such inexplicable harmony?
There’s something in the water…
In 1644, a small Cotswold village suffers a spate of witch trials. The convicted are weighted down and thrown into a local pond to drown.
In present day London, Douglas Ashbourne is made redundant from his job as a Project Manager.
With growing violence in the city a worry, Doug, his wife and three children move to Gloucestershire to start a new life.
Their dream of running cottage industries making mead and beeswax products is soon interrupted by a series of dangerous and inexplicable occurrences.
Why is the village of Coln Abbots so obsessed with witchcraft?
Is there any truth to local rumours that occult powers are still at work in this sleepy corner of the Cotswolds?
What is the dark and ancient secret that plagues the woodland pond above their cottage, known as Nevermere?
Jack Foreman, a young ex-minister returns home following the sudden death of his parents, grappling with questions and uncertainty. He catches up with Gaby Wagstaff, the kid sister of his childhood best friend. A woman fleeing an executive career in the city, after her inconvenient, long-suppressed psychic abilities begin to intensify.
In the woods behind their provincial little English town, a legendary apparition lurks. Every Ardenham child grows up with tales of ‘Maria’s Walk,’ the route which the terrifying spectre of a murdered teenage girl from long ago is said to traverse.
When Gaby is plagued by a series of visions from Regency Ardenham and heart-stopping, violent manifestations in the present, her growing bond with Jack leads them to try and finally unearth any truth behind the folklore.
The reality of their connection to the haunting, proves more than either could have imagined.