- Pool of Darkness (Seeking Publisher), a 40,000-word novella, was shortlisted for the 2016 Penny Dreadful Novella Prize. It features Raymond Chandler as narrator, encountering Ludwig Wittgenstein and the widow of William Butler Yeats.
- The Cursing Stone (Seeking Publisher), a 108,000-word historical novel, is woven around an historical maritime disaster – the shipwreck of the gunboat HMS Wasp during the Irish Land Wars. The first chapter (“Egging”) was excerpted in The Copperfield Review, a Journal for Readers and Writers of Historical Fiction.
- I published Code Blue in 2008. Like most self-published ventures, I’ve sold a few copies to family and friends. A paperback version currently available on Amazon. I’m planning to make it available in Kindle and other e-publishing formats.
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