Cenarth is a Welsh name pronounced Kenarth. I write books, plays and musicals.
I’m a fan of Sherlock Holmes with two plays, a musical, a novel called Sherlock Holmes-Playing the Game, and a series of five kids’ books about the Schoolboy Sherlock Holmes, perfect to introduce young readers to mystery fiction.
I have two series: murder mysteries and WW2 thrillers. The Detective Joanna Best Mysteries is a set of 8 books about a homicide detective working for Victoria Police.
Louise Wellesley is a young English actress, nicknamed Plum, using her brilliant acting to fight the IRA at home and the Nazis in France. If you admire Nancy Wake, dubbed the White Mouse by the Gestapo, try A Plum Job, A Plum Jam and A Plum Jewel.
My other novels are a political thriller involving a conscience drug, the tragic tale of Patrick Bronte (father of those scribbling sisters), and a tale of triumph over tragedy when a Vietnamese woman learns English as Will Shakespeare spoke it—verily, forsooth and skimble-skamble! Agatha Christie is the star of my comic spoof – Almost Agatha Christie. Scroll down for more details.