Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Nice Review from Alec Lom:  This story's got great pace and I love the descriptive passages, which remind me of my recent holidays. If you love thrillers, check out.

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

A Hiding To Nothing

High on the most dangerous glacier in the Alps a young couple disappear. They are running but from what?

In Paris Petr Kornilov, a former Russian Spetznaz special forces officer, ransacks their apartment. What is he looking for?

And into this mystery stumbles a curious but naive UN official from Geneva. His curiosity will get the better of him, bring threats to those he loves and lead him on a journey across Europe taking in an emigre community in Istanbul, refugees fleeing strife in Chechnya and the Caucasus and terrified families in Paris and Britain.

But will a patient in a rural nursing home in the north of England be able to shed any light on the mystery of the vanished lovers and whatever it was they feared?   

A Hiding To Nothing has just been published on Amazon. You will find it on Facebook at A Hiding to Nothing where you can read the first chapter. It is available on at and on at