lives on a small-holding in Pembrokeshire
with her husband and dogs, where she paints the
coastal scenery she loves and takes inspiration from
the magical landscape around her. Her passion for
painting, and the natural world, is evident in her
Her first novel, The Silence of the Stones is set in
Pembrokeshire and touches on injustice, grief and
deception concerning the deaths of two toddlers.
The second, Touching the Wire, is set partly in
Northamptonshire, the county of her birth, and partly
in a Nazi death camp in war-torn Poland.
The third, Where Hope Dares, is set in a world
of her imagination, loosely located in
the High Atlas Mountains, and touches on religious
belief and the eternal struggle for good over evil.
Rebecca has written short stories for the
charity anthology, 'You'reNot Alone'
and for the collection of short stories called
lives near the river Wear in County Durham.
Her interests are theatre, wildlife, history and travel, all combined
in the Royal Command series of romantic suspense novels
spanning 500 years from the 16th century to the present day.
Dangerous Liaisons, opens in the Western Highlands of
The main setting is London’s theatre-land, the West End.
Sarah, revelling in a world she knows from the inside,
reveals wannabe frustrations and the lives of celebrity stars.
The former desperate for publicity and the latter faced with the
paparazzi, who are determined to reveal their secrets.
ILLICIT PASSION, features a concert tour of twelve
European cities, with the paparazzi back in force, threatening
the lives and liberty of the stars and their family.
Sarah’s short story,The Secret of Hagia Sophia,
has been published in an anthology called 'Holes'.
Written in the first person, it shows a very different Sarah.