The Last Messenger

Available in Paperback and E-book

The Lies Of Our Fathers

Available in Paperback and E-book



Welcome to my website

This website has been set up to promote my writing. I published The Last Messenger in 2017 and am about to publish the second novel in the Barnabas Trilogy called The Lies of Our Fathers. The majority of the action takes place in Iran which I visited last year. You will find a blog on this website, with photographs , on my trip to Iran - a fascinating country which is much misunderstood. Although The Lies of Our Fathers is a standalone story, I recommend that you read The Last Messenger to fully appreciate the story so far.  For those of you who are only just discovering my work , I  would be very pleased to supply you with a FREE Kindle download of The Last Messenger. All you have to do is drop me a line and sign up to my Newsletter through this website.

To be honest, writing stories like this is not about making money. It means more to me to get some positive feedback from a reader who has paid something for the privilege of being entertained.

Although my books are fiction, I want to use the website to provide some background behind the historical and factual context of my books. If you are interested in knowing more, please click on the About My Book tab.

I’ve also started two blogs which will discuss issues dear to me which may merit a wider readership. These blogs are still in their infancy but if you'd like to follow me, I promise I wont bombard you with emails.

  • I’m told that over 80% of book readers are women. Nothing wrong with that, but we need men to read more than one book a year on holiday. The Man Who Reads seeks to encourage more men to read more books. There will be no reviews of books with Girl in the title. However, I intend to review lots of books written by women which will appeal to men.
  • In The Writer’s Journey, you’ll find a warts and all insight into the process of being a writer. I’ve learnt a lot about the industry. I’ve met lots of agents and successful published writers. This is a no-nonsense guide to what it’s like to try and be a writer.

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