Books

Bryant & May – London’s Glory

  Bryant & May In The Field ‘Remember the parachutist who was alive when he jumped out of his place but was found to have been strangled when he landed in the field? Well, you’re going to love this one, trust me.’ John May took the car keys away from his partner and threw him […]

The Sand Men

In Dubai there’s a new world of high-end, high-luxury resorts emerging for the super-rich – but at what price to everyone else? Lea, Roy and their 15 year-old daughter Cara live in a gated community reserved for foreign workers. Roy has been hired to deal with teething problems at Dream World, a futuristic beach complex. […]

Bryant & May and the Burning Man

Pyrophobia   The match sizzled, flared and settled to a soft yellow flame. It was touched to the branches that had been hacked from the surrounding ash trees, and soon the inferno roared and leapt upwards, orange sparks pulsing into the starry black sky. Behind the spitting, crackling forest a man was caged within its […]

Nyctophobia

This is the first time I have written a haunted house novel – I can’t believe it has taken me so long, considering it’s one of my favourite genres. ‘Nyctophobia’ concerns a young architectural student named Callie who marries an older man with a daughter and moves to a beautiful, isolated house in Spain. Callie […]

Bryant and May and the Bleeding Heart

It’s a fresh start for the Met’s oddest investigation team, the Peculiar Crimes Unit. Their first case involves two teenagers who see a dead man rising from his grave in a London park. And if that’s not alarming enough, one of them is killed in a hit and run accident. Stranger still, in the moments […]

Plastic

June Cryer is a downtrodden, shopaholic suburban housewife, trapped in a lousy marriage. After discovering her husband’s infidelity with her flight attendant neighbour, Hilary ‘Boarding From The Rear’ Cooper, she loses her home, her husband and her credit rating. Then her best pal, the appallingly non-PC Lou, offers her a way out; a mutual friend […]

Bryant and May and the Invisible Code

Winner of CrimeFest 2013’s ‘eDunnit Award’ for ‘the best crime fiction ebook published in 2012 in both hardcopy and in electronic format’. Two small children are playing a game called ‘Witch-Hunter’. They place a curse on a young woman taking lunch in a church courtyard and wait for her to die. An hour later the […]

Hell Train

Imagine there was a supernatural chiller that Hammer Films never made. A grand epic produced at the Studio’s peak, which played like a cross between the Dracula and Frankenstein films and ‘Dr Terror’s House of Horrors’… Four passengers meet on a train journey through Eastern Europe during the First World War, and face a mystery […]

Bryant and May’s Mystery Tour

This is a digital only short story – available to download as an ebook. Early on an unseasonably warm Christmas Eve, Arthur Bryant of the Met’s Peculiar Crimes Unit is summoned by the Home Office to attend a crime scene. Later that morning, he meets his colleague John May at a bus stop near Marble […]

Bryant and May and the Memory of Blood

‘Madame Blavatsky?’ said May as they headed downstairs to the new tea shop that had just opened beneath the unit. ‘You’re the last of your species, you know that, don’t you? One day you’ll be in your own glass case in a museum. Label; the London Eccentric, Londinium Insolitum,shy, hardy, solitary worker, difficult to breed, […]