Margaret has been a journalist (including writing for the nationals, and the BBC External Services), and done other jobs too, ranging from part-time cleaning to research, and a lot of studying.   She's enjoyed many sports, some competitively.   Her most notable publication (co-authored) is The History of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, but she's now heavily into crime fiction, debut novel is Kindle e-book 'From Enclosing Jaws'.

Selected Works

From Enclosing Jaws (2012)


Undercover reporter Sam Carpenter fakes mental illness in order to enter a psychiatric hospital and investigate a suspicious death there. But he's treading a dangerous path, playing mind games with psychiatrists; and, as he penetrates deeper into the mystery surrounding the hospital, his own sanity is called into question, and the body count rises...