A nasty surprise in ‘Stealing Time’.

The latest chapter of the sci-fi thriller starts: The Crystal Palace's decoration was beyond description. For, amongst the satin drapes, were over 100,000 treasures from every corner of the world including a stuffed elephant, crystal fountain and a huge chunk of gold from Chile. However, everyone wanted to see Koh-i-Noor diamond reputed to be worthy [...]

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Is the Berlin Wall coming back?

The Prologue to 'Stealing Time':   The Iron Curtain fell with a resounding clang in just one night. That evening, the world's televisions showed jubilant crowds heading past impotent border guards and towards the rich shops of West Berlin. 'The genie is well and truly out of the bottle', thought Mikhail Gorbachev. And where does [...]

Riding into Danger

Brock rides into danger in the new chapter of 'Stealing Time': Next morning the whole household was up and ready early. This was the big day of the opening of the Great Exhibition and his lordship's open carriage arrived at the door sharp on nine, bright and shining. Brock sat with his back to the [...]

Traitor’s Love – Prologue

Just released from prison, he looked for the last time at his beloved Chastleton. He had to sell his house to pay his fine. But he had admitted to plotting so that Queen Elizabeth's successor would be a Catholic. He was lucky only to lose his estate. He could have been hung, drawn and then quartered. Yet he [...]

Magic Lantern – A time traveller’s tale

  A magic lantern shows London's most eminent scientists a gruesome murder. An hour later, this actual killing takes place a few miles away. Cameron Brock, a time-traveling investigator, is sent back over 150 years to find who caused this time discontinuity. What he discovers could change history as we remember it. Read this exciting [...]

Traitor’s Love – Rude Awakening

Hardly had first light hit the Malvern Hills than crashing came to the great oak door. It did not hold long. In rushed the King's men as servants scurried out. Only the master stood firm. And the sight of his tall still figure momentarily slowed the invasion. Time enough for the Jesuit to slide lithely [...]

Traitor’s Love – Prologue

Just released from prison, Robert Catesby looked for the last time at his beloved Chastleton. He had to sell his house to pay his fine. But he had admitted to plotting so that Queen Elizabeth I's successor would be a Catholic. He was lucky only to lose his estate. They could have hanged, disembowelled and [...]