Dawn Maddison is no typical teenager. For example; she would hang out with her cousin Sophie Maddison, and some of her other friends, but her real passion, was to train, and become a pilot, just like... More > her brother-in-law Bradley Smith. Dawn spent more of her spare time learning to fly, than she did, anything else.
This is her story. It tells of her dedication, and commitment, to become one of the youngest female’s in the country, to obtain their pilots license. In between, her training lessons, she also has her exams to take at school, these were also just as important, for she would need very good grades, if she was to fulfil her dream of become a commercial airline pilot, later on in her life. The pressure on her becomes immense, as she tries to juggle her life. Flying lessons, School Exams, and added to this, entire she gets involved with a boy at her school.< Less
During the initial months of their separation, Susan had written quite often. Dundee was a big town in comparison to Easingwold, and she’d had a lot that she wanted to share. But eventually... More > Susan’s letters became shorter and further apart. Within a year they had stopped writing altogether. When Charlotte’s Aunt Anne died, the letter Charlotte sent to Susan was returned unopened. No such person as Susan Challenger resided at that address.
And then, after more than three years of silence, Susan showed up on Charlotte’s doorstep. The once happy-go-lucky young woman had been come a nervous, tearful and sometimes hysterical woman perhaps near the brink of a total breakdown. Charlotte hadn’t known what to do for her. But she could not, under any circumstances; turn away her friend. Once again, they were their only family. A week after her arrival, Susan discovered that she was pregnant.< Less
Jane wouldn't have taken any notice of the story in the newspaper, but the headline that described the victim, made her sit up and take notice. could it be the same person? She had to find out, what... More > happened, and who was responsible. Justice had to be done!< Less
What happened to the children? Book closes on the Bransholme disappearances on the evening of 18th September 2004, three children from the Bransholme area of Kingston upon Hull were reported missing... More > to the police: David Sewell, Gavin Knight and Mandy Wallace. Aged between 12 and 14, all were pupils belonging to nearby Low Fields High School. Attendance records show that the children were present in school on the day in question, but also reveal a very strange occurrence common to all three: Martin attended only his initial three classes, Raymond was present for just the first four, and Kirsty failed to attend her final class of the day.< Less
At a distance the girl was ordinary-looking: medium height, a broad-shouldered but bosomy build, shoulder-length blonde hair. She appeared to be in her early twenties. She wore a heavy wool sweater,... More > blue jeans, and work boots. A shabby satchel of modest size dangled from her right hand. Her walk was strong but unhurried. A surge of curiosity impelled Gavin to lean forward, as he attempted to make out her face.< Less
Partaking in her transgression is a period based fictional drama. It encompasses Murder – Betrayal – Blackmail – Love and deception. Picture the setting... YORK 1897. A wealthy and... More > influential family, that owns and lives in one of the biggest family homes, set in a very large estate on the outskirts of the City of York. A woman is just about to give birth. The child is doomed from the start, because it is the only living evidence of a liaison between a very prominent member of the Houses of Parliament, and common girl. The scandal would be the total ruination of his political career, and bring shame to the family name.< Less
This is a story about one very bright; and talented young girl (Sorry; Zombie!) Who is currently doing her schooling at the Canon Lee Specialist Art’s College, in the ancient City of York. All... More > but, a small number of other students at Canon Lee, know that Sophie Maddison, is actually a Zombie. Those select number of individuals, are themselves, either Vampire’s, or in Sophie’s case, fellow zombie’s. Their identity has been kept a well guarded secret for decades, until one day, one of the other student’s, who isn’t a member of the un-dead society (Vampire, or Zombie), discloses that secret.
The result of this breaking news has repercussions beyond that individual’s wildest dream. Facing the probability of either being turned into a member of the un-dead society, or worse, being killed! Sophie Maddison put’s her un-dead life on the line, to save that particular individual.< Less
From the beginning, Detective Constables Lorna McKenzie and Gerry Masterson had one hell of a case on their hands. The case in question; was that of the murder victim (Steve Blaydon)... Steve Blaydon... More > had more than his share of young women, and that caused a lot of friction between himself, and usually the partners of the women he bedded. The police had a real hard case to crack. They were going to embark on an investigation, which would open up the case like an infected sore. Steve had many friends, and the finger of guilt was going to point to almost each one of those friends, before the case would be settled.< Less
Shapes in the Snow, is a psychological drama/thriller novel about a young woman who, on revisiting the small Scottish community where she grew up, finds herself at the centre of a web of enmity,... More > intrigue and murder. She also finds love with an old flame from her childhood. It’s an engaging, compelling novel, with a good deal of depth to it, and puts the reader through a complex, tense plot.< Less
Computer crime is the ultimate earner for those ingenious criminal minded characters, who see past the opportunity to make a fast buck here and there. Computer crime accounts for almost 55% of... More > criminal statistics. Imagine if some genius came up with idea of actually making the ultimate robot! One that could not only think for itself, but could also perform the everyday functions of a normal human being. Now wouldn’t that make you think? And what if things went wrong? What if your creation not only tried to manipulate your life, but that of the entire world’s population? Progress is a wonderful thing, but sometimes; even the most beautiful things in life can turn out to be very sinister!< Less