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British author Janet MacLeod Trotter has had 17 novels published, 13 of them historical family sagas. Her first, THE HUNGRY HILLS, was nominated for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, while THE TEA PLANTER'S DAUGHTER (set in Britain and India) was long-listed for the RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2008 and was an Amazon top ten best seller. Janet has also written two romantic suspense mysteries - THE VANISHING OF RUTH was inspired by an overland trip to India she did as an 18 year old! THE HAUNTING OF KULAH is set in the remote, Outer Isles of Scotland. She has written for teenagers and numerous short stories for women's magazines, some of which are published in ebook ICE CREAM SUMMER. She has been a columnist and reviewer for The Newcastle Journal and editor of The Clan MacLeod Magazine. Her childhood memoirs of Durham and Skye in the 1960's, BEATLES & CHIEFS, was featured on BBC Radio 4's Home Truths.
Janet's latest novel, THE PLANTER'S BRIDE, is set in 1920s Scotland, North East England and India.
Find out more about Janet and her novels at www.janetmacleodtrotter.com