A Plain and Simple Truth

  • Title: A Plain and Simple Truth
  • Author: Jane Emerssen
  • ISBN: 9780957431010
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • [PDF] A Plain and Simple Truth | by í Jane Emerssen - A Plain and Simple Truth, A Plain and Simple Truth The sequel to A Necessary Fiction A Plain and Simple Truth continues to explore the consequences of unearthing long buried family secrets The narrative picks up the story in exactly where A Nec
    [PDF] A Plain and Simple Truth | by í Jane Emerssen - A Plain and Simple Truth, A Plain and Simple Truth The sequel to A Necessary Fiction A Plain and Simple Truth continues to explore the consequences of unearthing long buried family secrets The narrative picks up the story in exactly where A Nec

    • [PDF] A Plain and Simple Truth | by í Jane Emerssen
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    A Plain and Simple Truth

    About Jane Emerssen


    1. Part of the post war baby boomer generation I spent my first ten years in Carlisle before moving to Gloucester Frequent family moves resulted in an interesting but disjointed education I qualified as a local government administrator and personnel practitioner before taking an Open University Degree.I began writing during a career break in the 1980s, initially concentrating on articles and short stories In the late 90s I was asked to write a series of advice and guidance books for job seekers Several editions later I wanted a change of direction and began exploring the possibility of writing a full length novel A Necessary Fiction was written from ideas that came from research into family histories and the social history of the UK between 1750 1950 and the sequel A Plain and Simple Truth continues the theme of the consequences of unearthing family secrets.


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