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I’ve always loved books – reading has been my hobby since my first days at primary school. I started writing my own little stories in those days too. Nowadays, I write in two genres: psychological suspense as Linda Huber, and feel-good fiction as Melinda Huber.

I love hearing from readers so do make contact on Facebook, Twitter or by commenting on my blog.

 

 

Trouble in Switzerland, the third novella in the Lakeside Hotel series, is now published. Like the others, it’s a complete story in itself, set here in N.E. Switzerland where my home is.
Click HERE to view in your local Amazon Store.

Stacy’s new life seems idyllic – she has a lovely home amidst fabulous scenery, the man of her dreams and an interesting job. But then comes trouble… and Stacy realises she could lose everything she holds dear.
Will the Lakeside Hotel survive the summer?

 

The Paradise Trees and The Cold Cold Sea have been re-released with amazing new covers. Click HERE for more details in your local Amazon store.

 

My seventh psychological suspense novel Death Wish is the first set in my home town, Glasgow. Published by Bloodhound Books:

Secrets. Lies. Murder?

Eight-year-old Joya has a difficult life. Her parents are always fighting, and Grandma Vee is sick. And someone nearby has a death wish – but Joya doesn’t know that yet.

Next door, Leo is realising that going into business with Eleanor was the worst mistake ever.  The atmosphere is toxic, and old wounds refuse to heal.

Soon these two families will collide, and the consequences might just be fatal…

 

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