About I Remember You:
I have spent my life running away. Too late I realise the thing I am trying so desperately to escape is myself. And I can never run fast or far enough to do that. I have been caught, so I suppose this story is my confession.
When Victoria escapes the prison of her childhood home, life threatens to overwhelm her.
When her affair with an older, married man is exposed, Victoria runs, joining a touring theatre company.
This leads her to Cornwall where a violent confrontation lands her in prison. Keen to escape her past, Victoria reinvents herself as Alex. She meets Mike. Handsome, loving, trusting.
But Alex’s perfect new life is threatened when somebody recognises her, culminating in a horrifying and bloody denouement where Alex could lose everything, including her life.
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Originally I’m a Yorkshire boy (as of 1976 when I was born) but have lived in Lancashire since I was four. Specifically my parents moved to Morecambe, the seaside and to this day I still love looking at the sea. Morecambe tends to be the setting for my books. My upcoming crime thriller Beneath The Surface and it’s sequel use my iconic buildings in the town and my detective thriller The Trust is set in neighbouring Lancaster. My addictive suspense thriller I Remember You is also set in Morecambe.
I have an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester Metropolitan University. I’d thoroughly recommend the course to anyone interested in writing as it’s great to be around like minded folk. I wrote my debut novel as part of the course. Playground Cool is a funny and heart-warming story about love and second chances. It’s also set in Manchester.
My favourite author is Stephen King and I maintain that when he’s on form he’s as good as anyone has ever been. Unfortunately, in my opinion, he is often sold short as merely a writer of horror stories. Still, he’s hardly struggling for readers. My favourite book is Catcher in the Rye although it’s not everyone’s idea of fun.
I’m also an keen supporter of Liverpool Football Club and I’m a bit obsessed with Roger Federer. I’m also, thanks in large to my dad, a big fan of The Rolling Stones.