Money raised for injured fire fighter

I am pleased to announce that through the sale of my thrillers, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill in November and December I am able to donate £250.00 to The Fire fighters Charity in respect of the Steve Morris Appeal.

Steve Morris, a fire fighter from Green Watch, Bolton, (UK) attended a fatal incident on 23 June 2008 in which three fire fighters received burns, Steve received 50% burns. A special web site has been set up to record Steve’s progress and the views, feelings and support of his family, friends and colleagues.

My husband is a former fire fighter from Red Watch, Southsea and my thriller, IN COLD DAYLIGHT, is dedicated to fire fighters and was inspired by a true and tragic story, which I heard on the Watch one day about the high number of fire fighters contracting cancer. I took this idea and weaved it into a fast-paced thriller, which was shortlisted for the World Book Day Prize 2008.

I would like to thank everyone who bought a copy of my books. Steve is making steady progress and shows tremendous courage and determination but then that’s fire fighters for you. I wish him all the best for his recovery.

About The Fire Fighters Charity

Every 30 seconds in the UK, fire fighters are called to an incident, putting their lives on the line, and often sustaining physical injuries whilst carrying out their duties. The Fire Fighters Charity is for fire fighters during their times of need, and assists over 11,000 individuals every year, by providing pioneering treatment and support services. It costs over £9 million every year to keep the Charity running, and with no government funding, the charity is completely reliant upon donations from the fire general public and fire community. Want to find out more? Visit


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