Jane Emerssen


Jane Emerssen belongs to the 'baby-boomer' post-War generation that witnessed the tremendous social changes of the 'Swinging Sixties'. Spending her first ten years in Carlisle, frequent family moves provided an interesting but disjointed grammar school education in Gloucester and North Cheshire. She left school at seventeen and started a successful career in local government which she pursued for several years, eventually tying up her educational loose ends with an Open University degree studying the History of English, Latin, Greek and the History of Mathematics.

Always interested in writing, she took the opportunity of a career break to branch out in a new direction, initially concentrating on self-help non-fiction and short stories. A Necessary Fiction is her first full-length novel inspired by research into various family histories and their historical context. She has returned to her roots in Cumbria with her husband and has one son who insists on flying as a career.

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A Plain and Simple Truth
Price: $6.00 USD. Words: 121,100. Language: English. Published: July 2, 2015 by Amolibros. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Family sagas
Three men whose lives are inextricably linked to one woman meet at her funeral, an event which has profound consequences for them all. For Robert Moray there is the unwelcome revelation of a secret he has kept hidden for years; for John Rufford, the anguish of learning the truth; and for twenty-four-year-old Tom, the shattering of all the comfortable certainties of life.
A Necessary Fiction
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 125,980. Language: English. Published: August 22, 2013 by Amolibros. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
Laura Driscoll's uncomplicated life is thrown into confusion when she discovers her father lied to secure an advantageous marriage and advance his career. Determined to uncover the secrets of his past, Laura's single-minded pursuit of answers leads her to make choices that have far-reaching consequences both for herself and those who love her. Sometimes it is better not to know the truth.

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