Jan Harvey was born in Ormskirk, Lancashire in 1961. After a career as a magazine editor/designer working on various business publications she became an author in 2011.
Jan is also an artist working in glass and acrylics. She has exhibited widely with artwork selling worldwide.
Jan lives in The Cotswolds with her husband, Paul and flat coated retriever, Byron,
Jan's first novel, The Seven Letters, touched on the harrowing and savage events of the Liberation of Paris in 1944. It sold quickly and rapidly gained a hundred five star reviews. It is now followed by a second book once again based in The Cotswolds, England and Paris.
The Slow Death of Maxwell Carrick is another dual time novel linking modern day to 1945 as WW2 draws to a close.
Described by top blogger, Anne Williams as; 'An emotional and beautifully told story of treachery and deceit,' the book was launched to over hundred people in Jan's home village where much of the story is set.
Th two books are linked by the theme of strong women and what they will do to survive in the face of adversity.