Kim Fleet has an MA and PhD in Social Anthropology, and lived in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia for 5 years. These experiences informed her first two novels, Sacred Site (2009) and Featherfoot (2012). Her latest novel, Paternoster, is a time-slip crime thriller set in Georgian and contemporary Cheltenham, and is the first in a series featuring private investigator and former undercover officer, Eden Grey. Kim has won/ been shortlisted in over a dozen short story competitions and has published over 40 short stories in women’s magazines in the UK and Australia. She will be appearing at the 2015 Cheltenham Literature Festival, discussing landscape and setting in crime fiction.
Sacred Site, Picnic Publishing, 2009
Featherfoot, Kindle, 2012
Paternoster , The Mystery Press, 2015
Appeared at 2015 Cheltenham Literature Festival2015 discussed setting and landscapes in crime fiction
Kim is an accredited life coach and specialises in coaching writers