“In Steam-Age London, a brilliant performer is searching for a missing magician. A less brilliant aristocrat is searching for a murderer. A mad admiral is searching for a fight, a detective is searching for a reason. Meanwhile, mysterious creatures lurk in the sewers — and their human enemies might destroy everything trying to stop them.”
Inspired by my love of scientific romances of the nineteenth century, Champagne Charlie and the Amazing Gladys pits a drunken but well meaning English aristocrat and an intelligent but put-upon Australian music hall performer against dead-eyed murderers, dark conspiracies and creatures from the Moon
Charlie and Gladys is something I’ve been working on for ages. No, really. Since I first put pen to paper, I’ve started going out, gotten married, had a baby and completed two degrees. It’s been a long journey, and it really will be something for it to see print.