K Leitch


I have been making up stories for as long as I can remember, and some of them I even scribbled down, but as a busy mother of five I never got as far as finishing anything. So when, years later, my son Marcus asked me to write some short stories for his children’s publication ‘The Adventures of ROBOB’ I jumped at the chance. I enjoyed it so much that I thought I would try my hand at writing a proper novel. At that time my partner Steve and I had been living in a house in Dorking, Surrey, which was right on the edge of the Glory Woods and it was that beautiful setting that inspired ‘The Witches of Glory Woods’ series.

I have always read, anything and everything, from Jane Austin to Karin Slaughter. If I was ever asked what was my all time favourite book, I would have to say ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ by Noel Coward. I have read it many times and yet it still has the power to make me laugh out loud, but Jane Austin’s ‘Persuasion’ would come a very close second, oh and I love Patricia Cornwell’s ‘Post Mortem,’ and Jilly Cooper’s ‘Jump’ is fab! Ok, ok...actually I just love books, and reading…and now I find I love writing as well!

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Mummy's Little Girl
Price: Free! Words: 92,040. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
Evil is lurking in the sleepy village of Kenley. When the body of a young girl is discovered in the middle of the Glory Woods, a nearby local beauty spot, Detective Inspector Carla Right starts to uncover secrets that have been buried for many years, secrets that will change the lives of some of the local residents forever.

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