He doesn't appear to have a website. Imagine that, in this day and age! *faints from the shock of it all*
Titles I've written about:
Amanda Miranda (1980):
While it's got moments of Gothic flavor, a leetle bit of Wuthering Heights, anddefinitely some of the fun Downton Abbey/Upstairs Downstairs action, it's more like a YA Daphne du Maurier than anything else. Recommended if you like atmospheric, slow-moving-in-a-good-way historicals that deal with gossip and class and social maneuvering.
Three Quarters Dead (2010):
The book’s not great—in addition to the flaws I’ve mentioned, there’s a borderline incomprehensible, and certainly unnecessary, subplot involving Jacqueline Bouvier; the climax didn’t feel remotely organic; and it doesn’t come remotely close to the strongest Peck I’ve ever read—but it’s not completely without merit either.