Charlie Cochrane

Biography

Charlie Cochrane writes gay fiction, predominantly historical romances/mysteries, but with an increasing number of forays into the modern day. She's even been known to write about gay werewolves — highly respectable ones.

Her ideal day would be a morning walking along a beach, an afternoon spent watching rugby, and a church service in the evening, with her husband and daughters tagging along, naturally. She loves reading, theatre, good food and watching sport.

Charlie was named Author of the Year 2009 by the review site Speak Its Name.

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Books

The Best Corpse for the Job
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 81,420. Language: English. Published: November 24, 2014 by Riptide Publishing. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
Schoolteacher Adam Matthews just wants to help select a new headteacher and go home. The governors at Lindenshaw St Crispin’s have already failed miserably at finding the right candidate, so it’s make or break this second time round. But when one of the applicants is found strangled in the school, what should have been a straightforward decision turns tempestuous in their small English village.
Home Fires Burning
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 63,580. Language: British English. Published: August 13, 2014 by Lethe Press. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
Two stories, two couples, two eras, timeless emotions. In "This Ground Which Was Secured At Great Expense," it is 1914 and the Great War is underway. In "The Case of the Overprotective Ass," stars of the silver screen Alasdair Hamilton and Toby Bowe are wowing the post WWII audiences with their depictions of Holmes and Watson. They are asked by a friend to investigate a mysterious disappearance.

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