Purefinder is published by Cosmic Egg Books, an imprint of John Hunt Publishing, December 13th, 2013.

London, 1858: a child is dead, a man is blamed, and dragged through hell – why is he persecuted and who is his persecutor?

A Gothic horror historical thriller with a satirical edge, Purefinder is available in both paperback and ebook editions.


All of the reviews [as of July, 2014] can be found here.


From January 2013 to publication date, I’ll be posting the material on the blog that I didn’t use in the book.

The first of those posts can be found here.
Or if you’d like all the posts published so far, just scroll down to the pingbacks.


You can order Purefinder from any bookshop or get it from Amazon here.

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