Sheila Radley

About Sheila

Sheila Radley is the pseudonym of Sheila Robinson, who was born and brought up in rural Northamptonshire, one of the fortunate means-tested generation whose further education was free. She went from her village school via high school to London University, where she read history. " " " " She served for nine years as an education officer in the Women’s Royal Air Force, then worked variously as a teacher, a clerk in a shoe factory, a civil servant and in advertising. In the 1960s she opted out of conventional work and joined her partner in running a Norfolk village store and post office, where she began writing fiction in her spare time. Her first books, written as Hester Rowan, were three romantic novels; she then took to crime, and wrote 10 crime novels as Sheila Radley.

Sheila Radley

Books by Sheila Radley

Death and the Maiden
Death and the Maiden
The Chief Inspector's Daughter
The Chief Inspector's Daughter
A Talent For Destruction
A Talent For Destruction
Blood on the Happy Highway
Blood on the Happy Highway
Fate Worse Than Death
Fate Worse Than Death
Who Saw Him Die?
Who Saw Him Die?
Cross My Heart and Hope To Die
Cross My Heart and Hope To Die
This Way Out
This Way Out
Fair Game
Fair Game
New Blood From Old Bones
New Blood From Old Bones