Jane Thornley

Biography

My writing is a stir of genres -- mystery, suspense, romance, historical, with often the paranormal, fantasy or science fiction streamed in for added texture.

I've been writing fiction since I was a child and have many completed novels that I am now beginning to publish. Most novels are set in a place I've visited, researched, and where I've felt a deep connection. Yes, I believe in reincarnation, ghosts, and unidentified flying objectives. I believe the mantra 'write what you feel, not what you know'. Don't we know by the passions that move us?

Other than writing, I love travel, design, art, evocative knitting and reading . Home is a little house by a river in Nova Scotia shared with my husband, John, various squirrels and trees.

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Books

Rogue Wave
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Price: $3.75 USD. Words: 78,240. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
Unemployed textile artist Phoebe McCabe wants desperately to find her missing brother and to knit the fraying edges of her life together, so when her godfather, Max Baker, asks her help to track Toby's last steps in Bermuda, she can't refuse. Betrayal, murder, and the threads of a centuries-old mystery, all combine to pitch Phoebe into a maelstrom from which no one emerges unchanged.
Frozen Angel
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Price: $5.98 USD. Words: 88,750. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Historical » Colonial America
As a performance artist in New Orleans, Armelle plays a stone angel frozen to the spot to amuse tourists, but she is anything but still. The past shifts, the margins between centuries blur, and she is pitched into 18th century New Orleans, accused of treachery by a man dead since 1759. As history claws its way into the present, Armelle must track her past life through time to save her soul.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jane Thornley

  • The Key to Erebus on May 13, 2013

    One of the many things I love about this book is that it's a different take on Vampire tales. Besides being set in France, the characters are rich and varied with the kind of protagonist, Jéhenne, who a reader can identify with, regardless of their individual circumstances. She seems extraordinarily real in increasingly supernatural circumstances. The book is an easy read but not simple, by any means. Enough plot twists and adventures exist to keep any reader interested and the romance, well, enough said. If you long for adventure, romance in a lush, supernatural setting, this is your book!