Mary Nichols is a well-established novelist who writes in two different genres, family sagas for Allison & Busby and historical romance for Mills & Boon. She is the author of the best selling saga, The Summer House which was on the long list for the Romantic Novelists Association Romantic Novel of the Year award 2009 and is still selling strongly. Others are The Fountain, The Kirilov Star (short-listed for the historical section of the RNA's RoNA Award 2013) and The Girl on the Beach, all published by Allison and Busby in print and as ebooks.
Of the thirty-eight plus books she has written for Mills & Boon most are Regency, but others have backgrounds taken from the English Civil War right through to Victorian times. The most recent form a series of linked books about crime in Georgian Society and how it was dealt with by a group of aristocratic gentlemen who fall in love while doing it. They are: The Captain's Mysterious Lady, (short listed for the Romantic Novelists' Association Love Story of the Year award 2011 ), The Viscount's Unconventional Bride, Lord Portman's Troublesome Wife, Sir Ashley's Mettlesome Match, The Captain's Kidnapped Beauty, (shortlisted to the Romantic Novelists' RoNA ROSE award 2012). These, including some of her backlist, have also been published as ebooks.
Some of Mary's out-print-books have been published on Amazon kdp and this is ongoing as the rights of early books become available.
Mary Nichols is also the author of The Mother of Necton, a biography of her grandmother who was a village nurse and midwife from the early years of the 20th century until the formation of the National Health Service in 1948. It is out of print in its original hardback form published by Breedon Books in 2000, but has been updated and re-issued in paperback by The Larks Press.
You can learn more about these books and more by visiting her website at www.marynichols.co.uk