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1946: lively Jeanie Munro is returning to a post-war India, a country on the cusp of momentous change – and to a husband she hasn’t seen for over six years. While she tries to recapture their former loving relationship, Jeanie’s world is rocked by the discovery of long-buried family secrets and betrayal that threatens to destroy her future.
Third and final novel in THE RAJ HOTEL SERIES
It’s coming up to the anniversary of the death of suffrage campaigner, Emily Wilding Davison, and her heroic protest at the Epsom Races to try and gain national attention to the women’s cause. As well as my own suffragette relations, she was one of the inspirations behind my novel, THE SUFFRAGETTE: A heartrending story of one woman’s fight for justice and love.
‘Brings a time and place vividly to life and makes compulsive reading.’
If you choose to read it, I hope you enjoy it – let me know what you think.
All the best
While we’re all unable to take holidays abroad, I wanted to invite you to do some armchair travelling!
If it’s mystery you like, then hop on an overland bus to Kathmandu with THE VANISHING OF RUTH – a tale of dark secrets and lost love on the hippy trail. It’s on offer this month at 99p
Or take a step back in time to India in the days of the British Raj and experience the tea gardens of Assam –
all four of the INDIA TEA NOVELS are on offer until the 14th April for £1 each!
Enjoy! All the best, Janet
I just wanted to let readers in the USA know that my new novel THE SAPPHIRE CHILD is on a price discount today on Amazon.com. Set in India and Britain in the momentous times of the 1930s and the Second World War, it follows the life and loves of Stella Dubois, the manager’s daughter at the Raj Hotel in Rawalpindi ….
Just wanted to alert readers in the USA that you can join in an ebook giveaway of my forthcoming historical novel, THE SAPPHIRE CHILD, from now until 7th December!
For those who would like to enter to win one of the free novels, here is the link:
As part of the BOOKS ON TYNE FESTIVAL in November, Newcastle Central Library will be hosting a feast of romantic fiction ….
6 North East authors will be giving readings from their latest novels (ranging from contemporary to historical) and answering questions.
If you are in Newcastle on Wednesday 23rd November, then come along and meet the authors!