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Welcome to this website. Most of my productive time these days is spent writing books. I write the type of books I like to read. My first three books are historical thrillers set in the sixteenth century and featuring the adventures of William Constable – a physician and scholar. The fourth in the series is now a work in progress, after a short diversion while I wrote a novel based at the end of the First World War.

The books have picked up a couple of awards and are published by Sharpe Books.

I’m also a leader and member of a couple of local writing groups. Writers can feel isolated, and I find the interaction with fellow writers helps with ideas, critiques and much-needed encouragement to keep on writing through the period when words won’t flow. It’s fun, helps to improve my writing and I get some great ideas.

Most of the Blog posts on this website are either written by other authors or are about the publications and writing of other authors. The same applies to the Short Fiction section, where the majority of the posts are from author friends.

More about my Books

“A gripping and evocative page-turner that vibrantly brings Elizabeth’s London to life.”

“Full of convincing characters both historical and imagined … a worthy successor to A State of Treason.”

“Walker skilfully creates a treacherous world of half-truths, plots and duplicity… simmering with impending danger.”

Latest Blog Posts


A Turbulent Peace

January 1919, Paris What she discovers will threaten the foundations of the congress. #Thriller #PeaceConference #WW1 #Paris #Keynes By Paul Walker / Published June 2022 / 305 Pages Buy the kindle book here: mybook.to/ATurbulentPeace (Paperback version follows in a few week.)

Gwenna, The Welsh Confectioner

Gwenna’s life is about to change. Her father is dead and the family business on the brink of collapse. Thwarted by society, the plucky sweet maker refuses to accept defeat. Amid the bustling vibrancy of Auckland’s Karangahape Road, she promised her father she would fulfil his dreams and save her legacy. But thanks to herContinue reading “Gwenna, The Welsh Confectioner”