Carol has been making up stories for as long as she can remember. While they’re 100% fiction, they’re always inspired by life.
ONE NIGHT AT THE JACARANDA, in which a motley group of Londoners look for love, was described by The Sun newspaper as ‘a blinder of a tale’.
Carol’s second novel HAMPSTEAD FEVER tells the story of six intertwined lives and loves. Think ‘Love, Actually’, but in a heatwave. WH Smith chose this one for a prestigious front-of-store promotion.
Her forthcoming novel THE GIRLS FROM ALEXANDRIA is part mystery, part coming-of-age story set in Egypt where Carol grew up. It’s ‘The Alexandria Quartet’ meets ‘Elizabeth Is Missing’.
In her other life, she is a family doctor, medical journalist, broadcaster, and the author of a string of popular health and parenting books. Carol now lives in London and Cambridge.