Liza grew up in Australia, where she worked as a general nurse and midwife.
She met her French husband on a bus in Bangkok in 1988 and, three children and many pets later, she has now been living in a rural village in France for thirty years.
She works part-time as a medical translator, and as a novelist.
Liza is the author of the French historical The Bone Angel series: Three French village midwife-healers. Three stories spanning six hundred years. Three women linked by an ancient bone talisman and bonded by living through turbulent times: the Black Death, the French Revolution, the WWII Nazi Occupation.
Each brings its own threats and dangers, in this boxset of historical novels based on real events.
Each story can be read as a standalone.
The first book in her Australian series, The Silent Kookaburra is a domestic noir, psychological suspense set in 1970s Australia.
The second in the series, The Swooping Magpie, was republished in December, 2020.
The third in the series, The Lost Blackbird, based on real events, was published in August, 2020.
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