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For three decades I ran an anti-money laundering consultancy, and thinking constantly about financial crime has had an impact. I now haunt the streets of Regency London in the company of magistrates’ constable Sam Plank, who narrates my series of historical financial crime novels set in the 1820s. The fourth Sam Plank novel – “Portraits of Pretence” – was chosen as “Book of the Year 2017” by book review website Discovering Diamonds. And the fifth – “Faith, Hope and Trickery” – was shortlisted for the Selfies Award 2019. I am now researching the first in a new series set in Cambridge in the 1820s.
Discovering Diamonds “Book of the Year 2017”