Riding Naked on a Horse Through London, Except …

So, today I was going to ride a horse, naked, through London. This would have been quite a feat, considering I can’t even ride a horse, let alone ride one naked. I think my private parts are thanking me greatly. All that leather chafing … Well, you can imagine, can’t you? Then again, you may not wish to imagine it at all. It’s raining, you see, and one can’t possibly ride naked through the streets of London in the rain, not if they are to avoid pneumonia and all sorts of ailments that come from such irresponsibility. The aim was to sell books, lift my profile a little, not kill myself. Although, on reflection, if I were to die from prancing naked on a horse in the pouring rain, then I most likely would sell more books. Imagine the publicity. I just wouldn’t be here to enjoy the fame. But then all geniuses aren’t recognised until after their demise, are they?

Anyway, as it is pissing down, I’ve decided to defer the whole thing to a drier and warmer day. I know they’re rare, but surely one will come along eventually, won’t it, rather like buses. You just have to be patient.

So, instead, I’m blogging about not riding a horse naked through London. Or, as Stephen Fry commented on Twitter, I really should ride naked through Coventry. Naked, except for a mask, of course. Good point, Stephen.

So, I thought, instead, I’ll blog about my new novel. I know. It’s not the same and you’d much prefer to have seen me riding the horse, or most likely clinging onto it, but that isn’t to be.

Do you like a good murder? A fictional one, not a real one. A mystery that you can’t solve? I bet you won’t guess the end of this one? Let me know if you do.

There’s a nasty character in this novel, and it’s down to Detective DS Kate Harper and DI Tom Miller to find them. The problem is Kate and Tom clash on just about everything. However, I think you’ll like them. Read about them below.

Lots of love



‘The Lies She Told’


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‘The Lies She Told’

A quiet village, a friendly community, a brutal attack.

The Lies She Told is set in a quiet Oxfordshire village. Meet Detective Sergeant Beth Harper. Beth has lived in the village most of her life. The crime rate is low, and that’s how everyone likes it. Then Detective Inspector Tom Miller comes from London.

Meet Tom Miller, who immediately clashes with Beth. Beth feels a recent tragedy in Tom’s life will affect his judgement as a police officer. No sooner has Tom arrived and the village is turned upside down. A local school teacher is brutally attacked and left for dead in her home. Could this be a burglary gone wrong, or could it be connected to Tom’s troubled past?

What readers are saying about ‘The Lies She Told.’

This is one exceptional read that I enjoyed right through to the end. it lives up to its title big time, with some massive twists that will shock readers. . (Booklover Bev) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

A book you will not want to put down. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I do enjoy a good thriller, and The Lies She Told didn’t disappoint. It is packed with suspense and grit that held my interest and attention throughout. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ AN a

I loved this book and couldn’t work it out until the end, which is the sign of a great novel. Ten stars from me! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

The twists and turns kept me up all night. I had to finish it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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