A NIGHTINGALE'S LAST SONG
A WWII HISTORICAL NOVEL
“We gave everything we had to treat the wounded, no matter the danger, we remained committed until the last.”
On Lillian Elizabeth’s death, Lilibeth inherits her grandmother’s home, Seagulls Rest, but it comes with a condition. Lilibeth must reveal her grandmother’s secret.
November 1940: Lillian Elizabeth joins the Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Services in the fight against Hitler. She never meant to fall in love.
Major Joseph Lawrence is a doctor. Sergeant Alick McNavis a Scottish soldier. They are very different men. One will capture Lillian Elizabeth’s heart. The other her soul. One, a forbidden love.
The other, permissible.
From the destruction of war, a Nightingale brings hope. Across the battlefields of France to the sandstorms of Egypt, a Nightingale’s voice is often the last sound a soldier will hear.
Now this Nightingale needs the help of her granddaughter, Lilibeth, so her soul can rest in peace.
A WWII HISTORICAL NOVEL
How far would you go to keep a promise?
In the heat of battle, one man's promise to another will be tested.
September 1939 - As Britain is gripped by the fear and uncertainty of war, Tom Armitage stands to gain the one thing that he never thought possible - his freedom.
Rosie Elliot sees her future crumbling to dust as Will Aarons leaves Whitby with Jimmy Chappell to fight in the war. As she begins work at The Turnstone Convalescent Home, Rosie finds something she thought she had lost. Friendship.
But friendship soon turns to love. Can this new love replace Will?
This is not an ordinary love story.
It's a story of love, loss, courage, and honor.
Of promises that must be kept or risk losing everything you've ever held dear.
THE DARKNESS SERIES
BOOK TWO IN THE DARKNESS SERIES
The Yorkshire Slasher is back, and this time, there is no one stopping her.
Lauren Michaels has waited fifteen years, rotting in an asylum, for the day she can escape. With her alter ego, Tracy Bennett gone, that time has arrived.
Dressed to kill and in the best shape she's ever been in, the Yorkshire Slasher wastes no time in claiming her first piece of artwork (the word 'victim' diminishes her killing skills).
Lauren soon finds the perfect place to hide. Remaining under the police radar, she is free to kill.
Editors Comments: In all my years of reading and critiquing literature, this is by far one of the most dangerously put-together pieces of writing I have ever seen. Vivid images are unlocked through the comprehension of words, and the unfolding of this plot couldn’t be more captivating. Reading this from the killer’s point of view is as greatly refreshing as it is immensely frightening. I recommend.