Frank has just returned from Chiang Mai where he has been researching a sequel to 'The Peccavi Plot', which he plans to set in both Victorian London and 19th century Siam (no spoilers!) Northern Siam has a fascinating history - where a powerful aura of magic pervades the senses. Watch this space!!
At the time, I was stationed in New Delhi, working for HMG to develop lines of intelligence to stem the flow of South West Asian heroin onto Britain’s streets...
Frank's new book 'The Peccavi Plot' will arrive in bookshops and online this week, published by LR Price. A rip-roaring Victorian adventure, the pages are filled with romance, intrigue and danger - a novel with more than a grain of truth at its core. ...
Big thanks to Paul McLaughlin for his brilliantly evocative design
The life of Henry Gough – A Victorian Rag to Riches Tale of Passion and Courage.
On the face of it, a global pandemic should be perfect for a writer. It requires society to keep itself at arms length, maintain a respectable social distance, visit nowhere, apart perhaps from the pharmacist or the greengrocer. It should be a boon for a writer. There is a perceived wisdom; all a writer needs is an idea, a pen and lashings of solitude – right? Well, only partly right. Let me explain.