If the cover on the left looks a little familiar, it is because 'Rutter's Revolt' is not entirely a new book. Like its recent sister publication, 'Larussi', 'Revolt' is a direct replacement for an earlier work, entitled 'Rutter's Resolution'.
'Rutter's Revolt' is reworked and now includes the short story, 'Rutter's Reject' (also published separately as part of the 'Stella and Rose' anthology) as its Prologue. The new book, with its new prologue, is my longest book to date, clocking the scales at 135,000 words, or 430 pages, if you prefer. Like all the Rutter books, it has plenty of action and intrigue. Unlike any of the others, so far, it does not limit is action to London, but includes a major excursion to the Austrian Alps as Julie Rutter's latest case crosses international frontiers.
Having finally got 'Revolt' on sale, the decks are now cleared to continue with a new book. 'The Secret Angels', the next Rutter book, was begun in January, but shelved temporarily while I revamped my existing works. Now I can get back to it and am hoping to publish in time for Christmas.
Writer of Fantasy, thrillers, comedy - and anything else that takes my fancy.