I’ve always been a huge fan of classic age cosy mysteries, the works of Agatha Christie and Ngaio Marsh and the like, but was always frustrated that none of them seemed to feature gay detectives. So I wrote my own.
I set the Cambridge Fellows stories in the early years of the twentieth century, featuring a pair of dons at a fictional Cambridge college, St. Bride’s, who find that solving mysteries is as satisfying as their college duties. They also discover—despite being like chalk and cheese—that romance is on the timetable and the series is as much about their constantly evolving relationship as chasing murderers and breaking codes.
The Historical Novel Society said, “This is a sparkling, intelligent series, not to be missed”.