The most important fact you need to know about her is that she was named (at least according to her mother) after Jane Eyre, which to this day remains one of her favorite books. She was clearly destined to love all things Victorian, and ended up studying both English and French 19th century authors in depth.
That was a very good base to start writing novels set in the 19th century. He was living in the small town of Libertyville, Illinois – part of the greater Chicago area – when he began writing the series The House With Shut Doors, inspired by a long-lost photograph of the County Poor Farm on Libertyville's main street.
Now back in her native England, she is lucky enough to live in an idyllic old town by the sea. The location sparked a new series about an aristocratic family with more secrets than most: The Scott-De Quincy Mysteries.
He writes for readers who want a series that is impossible to put down. She loves mixing epic storytelling, mystery, adventure and a touch of romance against a backdrop of the real-life problems of women in the late 19th century.
She is a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors, the Society of Historical Novels, Novelists Inc., and the Society of Authors.