Novelist, Memoirist and Educational Author
© 2013 Heather Rosser
I am Secretary of Oxford Writers Group and OxPens, our publishing co-
Through the Cutteslowe Wall, in The Radcliffe Legacy, is my time-
Published 2017 ISBN 978-
Through the Mist of Time, in The Midnight Press, features Mrs Balachey who owned Bury Knowle Park in Victorian times. It is now a public park with statues of Aslan and the beavers in tribute to CS Lewis. I use the Narnia Arch as a portal for my protagonist to step back in time.
1st published 2013 ISBN 978-
In Time for the Wake, in The Bodleian Murders, begins in the Pitt Rivers Museum and brings together my love of both Africa and Oxford. The story is loosely based on a strange incident concerning a bronze mask I brought back from Nigeria. The mask has since been returned to Nigeria.
1st Published 2010 ISBN 978-
Other titles by OxPens include
The Lost College and other Oxford Stories ISBN 1-
The Sixpenny Debt and other Oxford Stories ISBN 1-