REVIEWS AND READERS' COMMENTS
THE SNOW FOX DIARIES... utterly compelling and beautifully written... I found myself drawn deep into their (the characters) predicaments and empathising with each... when they were sad, I was sad; what mattered to them mattered to me too... The observations of the fox family were no less moving... It is quite rare for me to get so involved in a book as I did with this, which is a credit to the excellent narrative style the author has... Not a light-hearted read by any stretch, but a thought-provoking and absorbing read... highly recommended.
The Self Publishing Magazine
It would be an injustice to label THE SNOW FOX DIARIES as merely a book about wildlife. It's a great deal more complex than that. It covers relationships, family dynamics, and the enormous difference that exists between attitudes to life in the city and in the country.
The Bath Chronicle
STONES OF THE MADONNA... set on the Amalfi Coast, this cracking tale of love, betrayal and shocking secrets is perfect holiday reading fare... a gripping and enjoyable read...
The Italian Magazine
If you have ever had a love affair with Italy, then read this book (STONES OF THE
MADONNA.) … it was like being back in Italy, and I never wanted it to end.
I loved THE SNOW FOX DIARIES…towards the end I couldn’t put it down, and enjoyed all the twists in the story… I thought it was very skilfully written.
Christine Last, Radstock
One of the best books I’ve come across in a long time… I read THE SNOW FOX DIARIES in one day… STONES OF THE MADONNA was completely different, but I enjoyed it very much too… Can’t wait for the next one to come out!
Pat Newman, Bath
I found it (STONES OF THE MADONNA) an emotional and gripping story that brought vividly to life the carefree world of the international bohemian set in pre-war Italy… the detailing was excellent.
Molga Salvalaggio, London
So well written I could feel the sun on my face and smell the flowers... I would thoroughly recommend both these books to anyone who enjoys a good read.
L. Carter, Corsham
Written by someone with a deep love of nature... I couldn't help but share the heroine's sympathy for the fox, and her over-whelming desire to protect that which is beautiful but cannot protect itself... a wonderful book.
Cheryl Hitchen, Parracombe
... brought to mind the stories of Daphne du Maurier... R. Chambers, Lynton