CMA redesign coverCairo Mon Amour: Love, betrayal and espionage

Two British intelligence agents and former lovers arrive in Cairo to manage the defection of a Soviet diplomat. Told from the Egyptian side of the Yom Kippur war, this sinuous story pits love against deception, and loyalty against betrayal. CLICK TO PRE-ORDER ON AMAZON TO RECEIVE YOUR EBOOK ON 31 AUGUST 2016.

AEGTI 2016 coverAn Englishman’s Guide to Infidelity: Love, betrayal and genteel crime

The Walsinghams dabble in petty crime as they try to enliven a failing marriage. But a figure from the past tips them into a double murder plot. Could this respectable Home Counties couple really be killers?  CLICK TO BUY ON AMAZON, SMASHWORDS, APPLE, BARNES & NOBLE, KOBO

MMFM 2016 coverThe Making of Martin F. Mooney: Love, betrayal and pure theatre

An isolated village in the high country inland from Sydney; a disgraced university professor and his politician girlfriend; an impending dirty election. Will love conquer betrayal as dark forces encircle Bentwood Ridge?  CLICK TO BUY ON AMAZON


Book covers for An Englishman’s Guide to Infidelity, Cairo Mon AmourThe Making of Martin F. Mooney and On Becoming a Butcher in Paris were designed by Rachel Ainge at Tribe Creative Co.

author (2)I live in Sydney, Australia. I used to be a professor of linguistics and a university pro-vice chancellor. You can find my author profile here and here.




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  1. Hi Laura,
    Just replied to the email on your domain. Let me know if you don’t get it.

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