Louise writes novels, short stories and flash fiction, which have won prizes, placed on shortlists, and have been read out on BBC radio. Her short fiction has appeared in more than twenty print anthologies and magazines. Some of these are also online, links to which can be found on her website. She has published three full-length suspense novels, the latest of which - "The Beaten Track" - formed the dissertation for her Masters in crime writing at UEA, and was a finalist in the book award of the Page Turner Awards last year. In addition, Louise has completed a medieval mystery - “The Secrets of Morgarten” - set in the Swiss valley where she lives with her Kiwi husband and two sons, which is currently a finalist in this year’s writing award. She is editing the novel "Six Fatal Flaws" which was shortlisted in the writing category of the 2021 Page Turner Awards and is working on a humorous mystery about a failing crime writer (not based on herself ;o).