What people are saying about In Two Minds
“I was immediately swept away in this amazing book. It is so different to anything I have ever read before and right from the start I loved it.”
“I adored this book and there wasn’t one thing I could fault. Everything flowed so well, it was so well executed, the writing style was lovely to read and the characters were so interesting.”
“In Two Minds is a real gem of a novel.”
“I felt transported into this novel and I could not put it down.”
“This is the most entertaining story that I have read this year, maybe even longer than that. It has so many elements that make it hard to put down, and that will put a smile on your face.”
“All in all, In Two Minds is a beautifully written novel, that takes a unique, fascinating idea, and continues to add twists and ‘what ifs’ into the world.”
“It is 5 stars from me for this one, I thought that it was an excellent story and a brilliant idea and concept – very well written and very highly recommended!!”
What people are saying about A Thoughtful Woman
“This was a fantastic read and I stayed up late reading to find out what happens!”
“The murders that are committed are so ‘out there’ and completely different I LOVED it! It was completely shocking and dark which I found so thrilling!”
“Now this was a read absolutely packed with surprises.”
“This needs to be the next read of anyone who wants something wild, unusual, and crafty in its delivery. This is unique in so many ways.”
“A brilliantly written story that shows how far some people will go to get justice, and how far they will go to corrupt it.”
“A Thoughtful Woman is a compulsive read.”
“It’s a book that really makes you think and question your own moral values.”
What people are saying about An Implacable Woman
“My second read from K.T. Findlay was an entertaining read full of dark humor and suspense. I was hooked almost immediately and had trouble setting Implacable Woman down.”
“Sally and Emma are a hilarious pair who are also compassionate and help the widows of the wife beaters by creating the Freedom Club.”
“If you like dark mysteries with engaging characters, check this one out.”
“I loved the setting for this book, the trails through the woods, the two deadly, unstable suspension bridges. It was all so wonderfully described that the reader could close their eyes and imagine Sally/Selina riding along the trails and roads on her Kawasaki or mountain bike, the wind in the trees, the crunch of gravel, the water bubbling in a stream and Sally/Selena’s laughter carried by the breeze.”
“This was another fantastic read!”
“I am really hoping for a third, I can’t wait to find out what Sally will do next!””
“This was lovely from page one.”
“If you love a cozy crime with heaping handfuls of wayward fun and mature women bringing justice, this will be an absolute hit. I adore when authors find their rhythm, and this is that.”
“A brilliant read and a really unique series of books.”
“The conflicting feelings, the feeling of injustice, but also the bond that is created throughout the story, makes this one heck of an interesting, intriguing book!”
“The settings are beautifully drawn and add to the richness of the writing. This author has a sharp eye for creating an atmospheric backdrop.”
“Much to enjoy in this unusual, challenging novel.”
“A great book for all us thriller people who love a pile of dead bodies turning up at every corner!”
“Findlay has written a very clever, dark yet witty plot, with a main character you can’t help but like even though you know she’s dangerously crossing the line, but at the same time wanting to cheer her on for doing what the police can’t.
I really enjoyed all the juicy twists and the antics were brilliantly plotted.”
If a tooth costs a tooth and an eye costs an eye
When a man hits his wife, then it’s his turn to die
Furious that the courts and police can’t prevent John Kirby from killing his wife, Sally Mellors steps in to save her. Permanently…
But Grace Kirby isn’t the only one who needs saving and Sally quickly discovers she’s taken on a much bigger job than she’d thought.
With her unique ability to blend justice with fun, Sally sets joyfully about the business of removing the monsters from these women’s lives, but is she in danger of becoming a monster herself?
As her friends in the police close in, Sally has some serious questions to answer.
Hurled twelve hundred years into the past, into someone else body, things could hardly be worse. And then the body’s owner wanted it back…
Museum curator Thomas and ten year old Anglo Saxon Wulfstan have to cope with a fifty year age gap, a huge culture clash, and never knowing from one moment to the next who’s going to be in control.
If that wasn’t enough, Wulfstan’s father, King Offa of Mercia, has given his son just a year to find and prepare a team of ten female fighters to take on the King’s champion. In the brute strength world of Anglo Saxon battle, he hasn’t a hope.
Thomas has a plan to help, but first he’ll have to come to terms with eighth century Britain, with all its colour, violence, ignorance, and a disturbingly cavalier attitude to hygiene! And amidst all of that, he has to find ten amazing women willing to attempt the impossible.
The inspiration behind In Two Minds:
If you woke up one day to find yourself hundreds of years in the past, you’d be okay, wouldn’t you? I mean, after you’d got over the shock and everything, you’d know things that nobody else did, so you’d be rich in no time. Right? Ah, but do you know enough to actually do it, and could you get what you need to pull it off? The theory is one thing, actually doing it’s quite another. And then there’s the tiny little matter of fitting in with your new neighbours…
They say revenge is a dish best served cold, but where’s the fun in that?
Artist Sally Mellors has planned the perfect revenge, but with two secret agents on her tail, and her best friends running the police investigation, getting away with murder is going to be tricky…
Everybody loves Sally. She’s a funny, generous, warm hearted friend, without a nasty bone in her body.
Unknown to her friends, Sally’s discovered another side to herself, cool headed and relentless, as she hunts down the three men who killed her husband.
But Sally’s not the only one with an interest in the trio. Unknown to her, two agents have arrived in town, urgently hunting a missing man and his diary, which could blow their organisation apart. Their best leads are the very men that Sally’s hunting, and she’s getting in the way…
The inspiration behind A Thoughtful Woman:
The justice system is an intriguing beast. We expect it to be fair, which is why we allow it resolve our disputes instead of simply taking revenge ourselves, but watch an individual case play out in court and it can seem more like a high stakes game between lawyers than the pursuit of absolute truth. And if you think it’s a game, do you still accept the result if you lose? Is that still justice? At what point will a perfectly normal, perfectly decent person snap, and what happens when they do? Is it possible to plunge into the darkness of revenge and remain the normal, decent, happy person you were before you started? Sally Mellors is about to find out.