Linda Huber is an ex-physiotherapist who grew up in Glasgow but has lived over half her life in Switzerland, where she now works as a language teacher and writes psychological suspense novels.
The inspiration for her books comes from everyday life - a family member's struggle with dementia (The Paradise Trees), the discovery that a child in her extended family drowned in the 1940s (The Cold Cold Sea), a friend's homes on the Isle of Arran and in Bedford (The Attic Room). Chosen Child is set in beautiful Cornwall, where she spent several happy holidays in her youth.
Ward Zero is Linda's fifth psychological thriller, and tells the story of a scam in a hospital setting.
The Saturday Secret and other stories: fifteen feel-good tales of love and family life
A Fabrian Books feel-good collection. Fifteen
tales of life, love, and family - perfect for a coffee-break!
Previously published in UK national magazines, the stories are
about relationships within the family and without - some are
humorous, some bittersweet; all are upbeat and emotional.
2017 profits from ebook and paperback sales of this
collection will be donated to Doctors Without
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