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DIANA JACKSON'S LATEST RELEASE!

From Redundancy to Rejuvenation

~ A Writer's Fantasy Walk Along the Fife Coastal Path

can now be ordered from all good bookshops or is available on Amazon.co.uk          Amazon.com               Waterstones.co.uk

See Amazon.com  for her first five star review!

 

ALSO BY DIANA JACKSON:

MURDER NOW AND THEN available in paperback and on Kindle 

Diana Jackson released her first Historical Murder Mystery inspired by a true unsolved murder in Bedfordshire in 1919

MURDER NOW AND THEN 

 

 

The cover on the left is the Kindle version.

The cover on the right is the paperback version.

To find out why there are two covers you can read about it on Diana's blog. If you click on the covers it will take you through to Amazon but bookshops and libraries can order through

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 Set in the heart of Bedfordshire in 1919 and 2019!

Do you enjoy mystery and history?

Are you an avid reader of books where you are so absorbed in the life of the characters so much so that you live alongside them?

If yes to both of those questions you would enjoy 'MURDER, now and then.'

 

Also look out for Diana's RIDUNA SERIES                                 

Riduna  

Set on the island of Alderney

between 1865 and 1910

 What do people say?

'Riduna speaks volumes about the power of love and loss and is beautifully written with a fluidity that speaks to your soul.'   

The Historical Novel Society  2010

 

         

 

Ancasta ~ Guide me Swiftly Home Set in the Channel Islands and Southampton between 1910 and 1920

The author has written an inspiring story full of emotion and passion. It was easy to become involved with the characters. They are brilliantly drawn and believable.

Linda Simms (Top Amazon Reviewer)     

 

Both available on Kindle and as a paperback.

Diana has also compiled a memoir: 

 THE LIFE AND DEMISE OF NORMAN CAMPBELL 

A memoir of an extraordinary elderly gentleman who was 103 when he passed away. Diana says, 'It was a precious experience which took two years away from creativity, but I wouldn't have missed it for the world.'

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