Jan Hunter lives and works in a small market town in the North Yorkshire Moors with her husband and son, her daughter lives in London.
She was born in Scarborough and left home at the age of 18 to train as a drama teacher at Manchester University. Jan worked in Manchester for 18 years then returned to her roots in Yorkshire where she became the Head of Drama in a local secondary school and began writing short stories alongside her teaching.
In 2005 she won the Northern Echo short story competition with Unconditional Love, a story about her mother’s battle with Alzehimers. The following year a series of short stories were published online by ROUTE.
In 2008 she left teaching to work part-time as a drama examiner and to concentrate on her writing.
In September of that year she began research for her first novel, My Two Lives, which she completed in February 2012.
In her spare time, as well as learning Italian, Jan is a member of a local choir, she enjoys walking the fells and has a keen interest in history.
Where to find Jan Hunter online
My Two Lives
My Two Lives is an exciting, fast-paced thriller with dashes of love, mystery, murder and humour.
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