Twenty years of change, One person who cares
Third Edition, 384 pages when in paperback
'… reminds me of being inside a kaleidoscope; colourful, surreal, real, poignant and offering an ever-changing, intense view of what it means to be human.' Amazon Reviewer.
A photograph of a barn owl in flight.
"The wings, all spread out and that? They're kind of like an angel's."
'Davis is a phenomenal writer whose ability to create well-rounded characters ... felt effortless.' Compulsion Reads
Life can change in a split second. And nothing you can do will stop it.
Fourth Edition, 384 pages when in paperback.
As Streatham, South London, still reels from the 1980s' riots in neighbouring Brixton, Graham Jones finds fatherhood a frightening place. How can he protect his family in a world...
Historical Fiction from an Award Winning Author
'Touching, exciting, romantic and tender, this novel shines in the deft hands of its author.' Compulsion Reads
What if the villain of your childhood turned out to be someone really rather extraordinary?
Edwardian Brighton. A wide-eyed girl enters Mr Parker's photographic studio and receives her first lesson about the new medium that will shape her...