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Geraldine Evans is a British novelist. She turned indie in 2010 after many years and eighteen novels in the traditional publishing world. She is the author of two mystery series: The 17-strong Rafferty & Llewellyn Mystery Series and the 2-strong Casey & Catt Mystery Series, as well as an historical novel about Mary Rose, the little sister of King Henry VIII, Gentle Romance and Romantic Suspense.
Apart from her novels, she’s also had non-fiction published in various magazines, including the Lady on subjects as varied as historical biography of people and places (Horatio Nelson, Nurse Edith Cavell, Whitehall Palace), New Age (Palmistry and Your Love life, Astrology and Your Writing life).
Her working life includes stints working in a psychiatric hospital, a public library, running their own vehicle repair workshop with her mechanic husband, an au pair, a hair salon’s skivvy, she’s been sacked from jobs twice: once by the now defunct Woolworths, where she worked as a Saturday girl and made a hash of managing the till, and once by her local District Council just before her probationary period came to an end. But she didn’t care as she didn’t like either job. She had stints working behind bars, in factories, for the legal world, the energy world and the insurance world as an office temp. She’s helped out in the Constituency Office of her local Member of Parliament and looked after other people’s dogs while their owners took a holiday.
Her interests include photography, getting God-like in the greenhouse, learning keyboards and painting amateur portraits of unwilling victims.
She spent most of her life in London (UK), where she was born and brought up, the youngest of four children, but moved to a market town in Norfolk (UK) in 2000, with her late husband. She has three nieces, four great nieces and nephews (two of each), two grown-up step-children and is a step-grandmother three times over. She has visited many countries, including, the United States, Australia, North Africa, Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Belgium and Ireland. She looks forward to exploring many more and learning something of their cultures and peoples.
Her dream for years was to be a published novelist, a dream she achieved in 1991, after six failed novels. Her ambition, after traditionally publishing eighteen novels, was to earn a living as a writer. It took turning indie to do it, but she now works full-time as an author.