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Death in Damascus

Sand-blown streets, camels, heat, dust, bustling crowds, clamorous souks and death in dark alleys. Damascus! City of dreams since time immemorial.

Major Heathcliff Lennox has no desire to leave the comforts of his warm fireside, but his old friend ex-Chief Inspector Swift arrives and is insistent. There is a lady in distress, they must do what they can to help, even when mayhem breaks out. There's a movie underway with a strangely assorted cast and every one of them is hoarding a secret - but what are they hiding? And why? What treasure is worth murder most foul?

As the sun sets over the high-domed roofs and ancient streets of Damascus; Lennox, and Swift aided by Greggs and Fogg, must uncover the mystery or the lady will pay the price with her life.

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A little about me;

1920’s, Cozy crime, Traditional Detectives, Downton Abbey – I love them!

Along with my family, my dog and my cat.

At 60 I decided to write, I don’t know why but suddenly the stories came pouring out, along with the characters. Eccentric Uncles, stalwart butlers, idiosyncratic servants, machinating Countesses, and the hapless Major Heathcliff Lennox.

A whole world built itself upon the page and I just followed along….

An itinerate traveller all my life. I grew up in the military, often on RAF bases but preferring to be in the countryside when we could.

I have 2 amazing sons – Jonathan and Sam Baugh, and 5 grandchildren, Charlie, Joshua, Isabella-Rose, Scarlett and Hugo.

I am living and writing in the Cotswolds with my dear husband Krov, who inspires and helps me in all my efforts. Krov is a professional writer, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, professional diver, pilot, ex US special forces soldier, and the eldest son of violinist, Yehudi Menuhin.


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