After writing Swans, I changed genre and wrote my first crime thriller. Three people are linked by a horrifying incident long ago. Paolo Cellini, a narcissistic playboy who owns a nightclub and art gallery.
And two disparate Catholic girls who met as girls in school; Angelica, a virginal looking blonde, who is anything but virginal, is haunted by her shameful past.
Bianca, a dark-haired Maltese girl who is Paolo’s lover and sings in his night-club.
Unfortunately, when Paolo meets Angelica, he’s determined to make her his lover too with dire consequences for all of them.
I dug deep into my own life experiences when writing this novel. I went to a Catholic school [ as a left-handed Protestant, it was a grim combination.] I have also been a Jazz singer and studied Art, but I have never been the lover of a narcissistic playboy.
I am adapting this novel into an exciting screenplay called Blue Notes. You’ll see the mood of the film from the book trailer.