Thank you for visiting my webpage. I was born and grew up in Perth, Western Australia, and I write novels set in the Second World War. Although I love the clear skies, beautiful beaches and easy-going atmosphere of my home town, I also adore the dreaming spires of Oxford, UK, where I read medical history. I now see myself as a proud citizen of both Perth and Oxford and divide my time between the two.

My latest novel is Ambulance Girls, which is the first of a trilogy set in the London Blitz which follows the adventures of three women ambulance drivers.

My novels set in wartime Australia are: A Stranger in My Street, Taking a Chance and A Time of Secrets.

My inspiration for writing about this period is my late mother, who was widowed by the long shadow of WW2 and who told many stories about living in wartime, and about the exploits of my war hero father. My ‘day job’ is in the Law, but I have a passion for history. All my books include some of the stories I heard as a child, but cloaked in my imagination and with a firm grounding in historical research and legal common sense. I like to think that I use my research and legal skills to make my historical novels as accurate as possible, and my imagination to make them as entertaining as I can.

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