It is better to go skiing and think of God, than go to church and think of sport.
Fridtjof  Nansen

My BOOKS

 
Snow Job

Len Palmer, an enthusiastic amateur skier, has built up a successful one-man business as a ski-lift designer. 
Len, a quiet bachelor with an unadventurous lifestyle, is asked to design a new mega-lift, the world’s largest cable car, 
to join a small and little-known village in the French Alps to a vast, existing, ski area. When Len takes on the project for 
the village ski company the last thing he expects is to find himself fighting a ruthless criminal organisation.
Len is joined in his struggle by Brigitte Perinet, a geologist and strong defender of the alpine environment. 
Brigitte, born in the Alps, is an expert skier, and the most beautiful woman Len has ever met.

 
Not My Job

Len Palmer, an enthusiastic amateur skier, has seen his successful one-man business as a ski-lift designer collapse 
after the disastrous opening of the new mega-lift, the HiFly.
Asked by Henri, his father-in-law, to check out a strange new chairlift that has been built near Valtarant, he stumbles
on a secret Iranian operation to produce weapons-grade uranium.

He, and his new wife, Brigitte find themselves helping the CIA and the Mossad in a desperate attempt to stop the Iranians
that takes them from the mountains of the French Alps to the unfamiliar world of Japan.
 

 
Do Your Job

Len Palmer, an enthusiastic amateur skier, had a successful one-man business as a ski-lift designer, but is now desperate 
for work after his involvement in the HiFly cable car disaster.
When he is asked to investigate Tony Bladon's disappearance while riding a chairlift, he reluctantly agrees.
His new job as a private investigator soon takes him, and his wife, Brigitte, half-way across the globe into new dangers.