Fifty-five years ago, I boarded a train that would take me away from home. Backpack slung over my shoulder, suitcase trundling behind, I was off to university. Now it was time to return.Continue reading
Neither snow nor rain, heat or cold, will stop my dog from being bold.
Each day a walk he does require …Continue reading
In this third Roger Harper novel, our hero finds himself imprisoned in Cuba. By enlisting the help of another inmate, a Brazilian journalist, they escape, only to become embroiled in a conspiracy involving the kidnapping of young people on theisland.Follow Harper as he battles with a former archenemy, who is behind the mystery.Continue reading
I have three daughters. As children, I used to tell them bedtime stories, which I made up as I went along. They included tales about fairies, dragons, or things that go bump in the night.
At one time I was a teacher and used to take some of my pupils camping. The highlight of an evening would be to sit around a campfire. Here I would tell them more off-the-cuff stories about ghosts or headless mail coachmen being chased by highwaymen …
Available as eBook and Paperback (coffee table edition). Both contain 33 colored illustrations.Continue reading
From Dubai, through the peaceful English countryside, to the tourist sites of London, a group calling themselves the Executive relentlessly pursues Roger Harper and his family.
Inextricably entangled in a deranged scheme to hold the British Government to ransom, Harper frantically uses his special ability in an attempt to thwart the cabal.
The Man Who Would Cheat At Cards has received an update to the cover. This reflects the book being the first in the Roger Harper Series. Future purchases will reflect this change.Continue reading