This novel which is currently in the last stages of editing was written during my time in France when I was struggling with an illness I have since overcome. . .

Owls Head

At the reading of his wife’s will, William is shocked to be handed a secret journal. Accompanying his wife’s memoir is a surprising legacy and an unusual request from her.

But William has never ventured outside of England.
So the question on his family’s lips is…Will he fulfil her wishes?

The bigger question on his daughter Jessica’s lips is…Why did her mother inherit a lakeside cabin in Canada?

Owls Head delicately slips between two eras and three countries drip feeding Jean’s intriguing story set in the late sixties alongside William’s own present-day journey to rediscover his wife.

Jessica’s journey of discovery weaves between those of her parents as she gradually uncovers a disturbing string of events which forces her to a point of conflict. The facts she uncovers challenge her ethics to the core and she is forced to make a decision which could tear apart two families and bring about a police investigation.