J.G. Harlond (Jane) grew up in the English West Country. Award winning author of ‘Local Resistance’, ‘The Empress Emerald’ and ‘The Chosen Man Trilogy’ (published by Penmore Press), Jane writes page-turning historical crime fiction that weaves fictional characters into real events. She is particularly interested in aspects of power; international intrigue and domestic politics are significant elements in her stories. ‘Dark Night, Black Horse’, a novella, is a true story about a young boy who rescues his father’s favourite black stallion during the Spanish Civil War. This is now available in Spanish as ‘Noche Oscuro, Caballo Negro’. ‘The Doomsong Sword’, a Wishing Shelf Red Ribbon winner, is a re-telling of part of the ancient Norse Volsung Saga. Harlond is a member of the Historical Novel Society, and the British Society of Authors. Apart from fiction, Jane also writes school text books under her married name. After travelling widely, she and her husband, a retired Spanish naval officer, are now settled in Coín, southern Spain. They have a large family living in diverse parts of Europe and the USA.
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