About Lucinda E Clarke

Born in Dublin, dragged up in the west of England, finished off in Liverpool dockland area in the United Kingdom.

I have lived in eight different countries, mostly in Africa and changed from teaching children to writing for radio and television.

I set up and ran my own video production company making programmes for TV, corporate companies and educational institutions.

During my time I also ran the worst riding school in the world, bred small animals for pet shops, bred Cairn Terriers, sewed gigantic teddy bears and announced on radio. I also wrote for just about any medium including mayoral speeches, magazines, a newspaper column, advertisements and informational leaflets and brochures. I had two education books published by Heinneman and McMillan.

I retired to Spain in 2008 and began writing books, with six self-published to date. Three of them have been #1 in genre on amazon in both the UK and the USA.

Three biographies, two adventure novels and a political satire set in Fairyland.


Lucinda E Clarke’s Books

Amie: Cut for Life

They told Amie it was a simple look, listen and report back mission, but from the beginning everything went wrong. She is stalked across borders, the aid workers act suspiciously, she’s assaulted, and abandoned in a rural African hut miles from anywhere. What has happened to her partner Simon and can she trust the charismatic… [Read More]


In the second of the Amie series, Amie sets off to look for the child she was fostering before the civil war broke out. This time she is up against a ruthless terrorist organization with international connections. She meets up with some old friends and meets a new one, but who can she trust? One… [Read More]


Amie Fish, an ordinary English housewife, is thrown headlong into a third world African country when her husband, Jonathan, receives a once-in-a-lifetime promotion. Far from the normal expatriate life Amie was expecting, she finds herself deep in political intrigue, indebted to a corrupt African master manipulator and fighting for her life in the African bush.

Walking Over Eggshells

I was brought up by a mother who suffered from Narcissistic Personality Disorder which led to a traumatic childhood of mental abuse. I then married a charismatic Walter Mitty character who took me to live in several African countries with one job after another. I was in my mid forties before I broke away and… [Read More]

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