Jan Edwards

Jan Edwards is a writer of fantasy fiction, an editor with The Alchemy Press, a Master Practitioner in both Usui and Celtic Reiki at Rowangrove , a Meditational Healer and a Taroist.

Born in Sussex, she now lives in the Staffs Moorlands with three cats and husband Peter Coleborn. All else is subject to change! She has had over three dozen short stories published — check her bibliography for full details.

 

 

Sussex Tales, Penkhull Press.

Runs a witty and thought-provoking gamut of village events and of its more curious characters. From fanged ferrets to bulls in lead masks; ancient hand grenades to exploding ginger beer; cricketing dogs to wassailing orchards, Sussex Tales weaves traditional country wines and recipes, folklore and local dialect, into stories of a farming childhood in the vanished world of 1950’s and 60’s rural life.

 

Fables & Fabrications Penkhull Press

From the Arctic wastes of Norway to a fun-laden evening at the fair, Jan Edwards leads us through a world where nothing is as it seems. Shape changers and ancient spirits roam, and cats play their inscrutable parts in stories that unsettle and disturb the reader’s perceptions. Fourteen tales of mystery, mirth and the macabre.

 

Leinster Gardens And Other Subtleties The Alchemy Press.

Fourteen short stories by Jan Edwards, including the BFS award short-listed ‘Otterburn’, plus a previously unpublished tale. “All adeptly told, often with a sense of locale and time neatly placed within the narratives.

 

Winter Downs Penkhull Press

Bunch Courtney stumbles upon the body of Jonathan Frampton in a woodland clearing. Is this a case of suicide, or is it murder? Bunch is determined to discover the truth but can she persuade the dour Chief Inspector Wright to take her seriously? In January of 1940 a small rural community on the Sussex Downs, already preparing for invasion from across the Channel, finds itself deep in the grip of a snowy landscape, with an ice-cold killer on the loose.

 

 

 

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