As featured in the Los Angeles Times and the Irish Times.
Sloane #1 The Sleeping Season – buy here
Sloane #2 Problems with Girls – buy here
Sloane #3 The Town Red – buy here
All About Harry
Whether you have already read a book in the series, or are reading any of the books as a standalone novel, there are a few things you should know about Harry…
Harriet Sloane was born in Belfast in 1979. She grew up in the Malone Road area.
She is the youngest in a family of five children.
Harriet is a twin and a Gemini.
She and her twin sister, Charlotte – or Charly – were born on different days, and in different months.
Her favourite tipple is Merlot.
Harriet is a divorcee who finds romantic relationships to be a bit of a minefield.
Most of the Sloane family work helping people.
Harriet’s mother was a judge and her father, the Chief Constable of the RUC.
Her siblings include an at-home parent/carer, a minister, a social worker and a brother who is struggling with drug addiction.
Holidays for the Sloane kids were spent at the family chalet in Co Fermanagh.
Harriet’s mother is living with Huntington’s disease: a neurodegenerative disease that is most likely inherited.
Harriet is a keen marathon runner and skier.
She is often called Harry by those close to her.
She is highly ambitious and has a strong sense of justice.
She works at Strandtown PSNI station in East Belfast, as a Detective Inspector.
Harriet is a strong person, somewhat thoughtful, she can come across as bolshy.
She lives, at times, by her own rules.
Harriet is a hero, but she is also the victim of a serious crime. Coming to terms with her past doesn’t always go so well.