Book 1: Chascot the Muscateer
In the little Northumbrian village the grannies are in despair. Sir Pigrem the villainous landlord is plotting to sell their rented cottages as holiday homes. Just when all appears lost, just when it seems there are no more heroes, from the sands of the Empty Quarter like Lawrence on his camel comes Chascot the Muscateer.
Book 2: Chascot and the Devil's Loup
Chascot goes to Hadrian's Wall and finds murder in the air. The mystery is eventually resolved with extreme prejudice at the sinister crags called Devil's Loup. But that is not quite the end of the story. Alone on the moors at dead of night Chascot tumbles headlong into the midst of a famous legend.
Book 3: Chascot and the Rastas
Having been declared more or less mad after his adventures near Hadrian's Wall, Chascot goes to Jamaica for rest and recuperation - but not the way he expected. Nor did he expect drug smugglers, obeah, or a psychopathic ghost.
Book 4: Chascot the Seeker
Back home from his Jamaican holiday for a well earned rest before the start of a new school term, Chascot gets involved in a deadly game of kidnap, murder and terrorism. At an ancient castle he meets the most beautiful girl, the most powerful wizard and the most demented Blackface tup that ever lived.
Book 5: Chascot and the Body Snatchers
Chascot goes to Edinburgh for racing pigeons, becomes entangled with brutal body-snatchers and nearly gets 'burked'. Cast as Oliver Twist he makes a deep and lasting impression on some of the land's greatest actors, devastates the Royal Yacht Britannia and launches Mrs Forster on her last voyage.
Book 6: Chascot and the Sacred Goolies
In the home of a recently deceased mad English colonel, Chascot searches for a sacred and priceless Indian relic. But instead of finding riches beyond his wildest dreams he encounters thuggees from his worst nightmares, an ancient curse, a beautiful Indian girl who is not what she seems, and ferocious cat-eating goldfish.
Also by the author:
The Thorn Tree
Fate was hostile to the beautiful young doctor--she had too many gifts. It attacked the day she was born. It lay in wait for her in sunny California. It hounded her back to the cold wind-swept moors of Northumberland. In desperation she reached out for help. When it came it was an immense shock--for both of them.
Elizabeth grew up tough. She had to with two mothers. But she needed to call on every drop of her reiver blood to tackle the journey from the wild moors of Northumberland, a journey involving royal intrigue and a deadly political enemy, in a desperate attempt to save the life of her new born baby.