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Jane Alexander

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Author of over 20 non-fiction books on natural and integrated health and wellbeing. Published by HarperCollins, Bantam/Transworld, Hodder, Piatkus, Hay House etc.
Internationally syndicated journalist and award-winning blogger.

Many of my non-fiction titles are now available in Kindle format - see my Amazon page - http://amzn.com/e/B000APLEKK

I'm also on Twitter as @exmoorjane and have two blogs: http://exmoorjane.blogspot.com
and http://brutallyfrank.wordpress.com

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Jane Alexander

Hunter McKenzie is the only person who can bring the world back to life – shame all he wants to do is die.

The battle for Earth isn’t being played out in the Amazon or in the great cities of Tokyo or New York – but on a remote moorland in rural England. As people turn away from the natural world, it’s left to the shamans, ancient guardians of the land, to bring the earth back to balance. Three people might turn the tide – but they have to defeat their own demons first.

Hunter McKenzie was born to be a shaman. Shame nobody told him.

Rowan Summerhill thinks she knows what she really wants. She’s dead wrong.

Ruth Greenway is looking for the lost temple. She’s looking in the wrong place.

Walker is a gritty eco-adventure, aimed at the YA market.

Cover by Bradley Wind. Editing by Kim Jewell.


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leelah wrote 8 minutes ago

Hi Jane - warm hug and thanks for putting When fear up again! love ....

Spilota wrote 166 days ago

I reposted it in August and am quite boggled myself that it's doing s....

Spilota wrote 167 days ago

Many many thanks for the backing! It's much appreciated. Spi :-)

Jue Shaw wrote 453 days ago

I know! You're not doing so bad yourself ;) xx

Branestawm's cat wrote 454 days ago

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I wrote 740 days ago

I’ve been waiting impatiently for The Cave to be translated into English for some considerable time. It’s a novel about the hunt for eternal youth and immortality that also includes lashings of humour and sex. So, really, what’s not to like? Maste has vanished. His wife Margarita (yes, Bulgakov’... view book

I wrote 1522 days ago

Finally got here- sorry for the huge delay. I don't read masses of crime or thrillers so probably not the best for crit here. Ouch, a visceral first chapter and I liked the strong sense of place and the realistic dialogue. Watch out for cliches - I noticed a few (piercing eyes like daggers, impos... view book

I wrote 1530 days ago

Sorry it's taken me so long to get to read this... Heck, what a concept. As it started, I wasn't quite sure about it - the first paragraph seemed a tad clunky, with the explanation of the ATM etc but then you sucked me right in. Smart move to make it so up close and personal, showing us the begin... view book

I wrote 1534 days ago

Here at last! Oh I do love a good spooky story and this ticks all the boxes. Setting is fabulous and I love the private graveyard. I would introduce Merrill upfront in the prologue....rather than have him as the businessman and then introduce Merrill without explaining that he IS the businessman.... view book

I wrote 1537 days ago

Have been feeling deeply grumpy for all sorts of reasons and not entirely sure how I came to be reading your book. But all I can say is that you have seriously cheered me up. I am a famous sour-puss but there is a smile (okay maybe more of a rictus) playing around my mouth. I really love what yo... view book

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