I met up with Harry Fingle again recently – while writing the follow on to Playing Harry – and was able to ask him a few questions as to why some critics and readers have said they don’t like him, and think he’s a bit of a selfish, uncaring, self-centred egoist. Question: Why were you so cruel and uncaring […]Read more "Harry – a selfish, uncaring, self-centred egoist?"
They found Amie naked on the floor and covered in blood. Harry rushed to her. She seemed unconscious, but she breathed. A knife wound bled from above her left breast. He cradled her in his arms. She opened her eyes for a second and seemed to recognise him and then fell back into unconsciousness. ‘An […]Read more "Too late to talk"
Harry Fingle dumped his lover of seven years after he’d been acquitted of a trumped-up charge against him. She’d loyally supported him through the long and arduous trial. She was devastated. He was plain wrong and had no excuse, but he hadn’t reckoned on what was to come.His brother and sister-in-law are murdered; he’s sacked […]Read more "So Harry’s a s…! and two more reviews"