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Jane Cable is a writer of contemporary romantic fiction with a twist of suspense, her books set in the beautiful British countryside which is her inspiration.

In 2011 the manuscript which would become her debut novel, The Cheesemaker’s House, topped the suspense and crime category of The Alan Titchmarsh Show’s People’s Novelist competition. Following publication it won Jane writing charity Words for the Wounded’s inaugural Independent Author Book Award.

Jane’s two independently published novels have enjoyed high ratings from reviewers and readers and equally strong sales, especially in Kindle format.

Jane is represented by Felicity Trew at The Caroline Sheldon Literary Agency and is signed to leading UK digital publisher Endeavour Press. Although born in Cardiff Jane now divides her time between Chichester and Porthtowan on the north Cornwall coast.

Find out more about Jane on Facebook at The-Cheesemakers-House-and-Other-Stories and on Twitter @JaneCable.
 

It's a fact

The first romantic novel – arguably the first modern novel in English – was 'Oroonoko' by Aphra Behn, published in 1688, full of drama, violence and cruelty; it ends tragically.