Author of thriller Small Acts of Treachery (Brandon 2002).
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Anna Cooke, review of Small Acts of Treachery, in Books
Ireland (Nov. 2002), describes a plot involving Eileen Maloney and
Mike Spencer caught up with the activities of the eugenic Crisis Call
and its director Dieter Smithson; Cooke finds it a superb book with a
fascinating story and great characters and registers relief that the central
character, Eileen, is not young and gorgeous, quoting: She wasnt
beautiful or pretty, but she had a magnetism, an energy, which intrigued,
which drew people, made them want to be close to her. She was fifty.
(Books Ireland, Nov. 2002, p.280.)