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Stolen Child: The Janna Chronicles 2

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Stolen Child: The Janna Chronicles 2

Book Information

  • ISBN: 9781760082888
  • Format: eBook
  • Pub Date: 12/02/2015
  • Category: Fiction & related items / Historical fiction
    Fiction & related items / Historical romance
    Fiction & related items / Historical mysteries
  • Imprint: Momentum
  • Price: $4.99

Love, revenge, secrets – and murder – in a medieval kingdom at war.



Forced to flee for her life, Janna sets out in search of her unknown father, hoping to avenge the death of her mother and bring the murderer to justice. Disguised as a youth, Janna takes shelter on a manor farm managed by the handsome nobleman, Hugh. There she encounters mysterious acts of sabotage marked by posies of rue, culminating in the disappearance of Hugh's young nephew, Hamo.



Janna can trust no-one in her bid to find out the truth. Godric has turned against her, while Hugh stands to inherit everything if Hamo dies. Can Janna find the child before time runs out – for both of them?

Author Information

Felicity Pulman is the award-winning author of numerous novels for children and teenagers, including A Ring Through Time, the Shalott trilogy, and Ghost Boy, which is now in pre-production for a movie. I, Morgana was her first novel for adults, inspired by her early research into Arthurian legend and her journey to the UK and France to 'walk in the footsteps of her characters' before writing the Shalott trilogy–something she loves to do. Her interest in crime and history inspired her medieval crime series, The Janna Mysteries, now repackaged as The Janna Chronicles.



Recently awarded the inaugural Di Yerbury writer's fellowship, Felicity will spend several months in the UK in 2015 researching and writing the sequel to I, Morgana. She has many years experience talking about researching and writing her novels both in schools and to adults, as well as conducting creative writing workshops in a wide variety of genres. Felicity is married, with two children and six grandchildren, all of whom help to keep her young and technosavvy–sort of! You can find out more about Felicity on her website and blog: www.felicitypulman.com.au or on Facebook.