Victorian London, 1895….Henrietta Jones is about to snap!
Wild and unmanageable, “Harry” runs away to buy a horseless carriage and a pair of red buttoned up boots. She instantly dislikes an arrogant American, and when she can’t intimidate him, she falls in love with his automobile, needles him, taunts him, flaunts her ice maiden look until he is driven mad, and then plots to straighten his nose.
The Queen of Xana is an adult fairy story, not for children, and a politial allegory favourable to the common people ahead of the fabulously wealthy. It also contains elements of magic and a few explicit sex scenes. It is the intent of the author that Queen Agatha’s radical political schemes and statements of moral conduct should produce much discussion and controversy among readers.
Courage after the Battle covers the unseen areas, from leaving the battlefield to leaving the armed forces, how these areas struggled for acknowledgement in the early years before WW1 and how they are still struggling today: the slippery slope to Drugs, Alcohol abuse, Homelessness, PTSD as well as other mental and physical injuries affecting the family unit.