Jean Chapman

Reviews...

Both Sides of the Fence
“Jean Chapman ratchets up the tension of the search for clues – the fog, the darkness, the damp, this eerie silence – so that when an owl hoots or a dog barks, the reader feels the shock.”

—Joan Stephens, Leicester Mercury

Deadly Serious
“As in all the best thrillers, the suspense is gradually notched up, chapter by chapter, until the final pages.”

—More, Leicester Mercury

Danced over the Sea
“This story will not disappoint Jean’s large following. A fine example of her literary skills. I rather hope there may be a sequel.”

—Joan Stephens, Leicester Mercury

Savage Legacy
A novel that has a real touch of class – shows how human hopes ambitions and attitudes can conquer all manner of obstacles – a splendid story line.

—Bolton Evening News

Claire de Havalin belongs to the fringe of the Edwardian Bloomsbury set and Adam Marshall has neither money nor background. Their love grows but the class barrier and Claire’s devotion to the Suffragette movement threaten the relationship – a looming crisis forges their future.

—Northern Echo, Darlington

A novel set in Edwardian London, which charts the course of an unlikely love affair – Jean Chapman has taken the traditions of two separate worlds and placed them within the heart of this novel.

—J. H. C. Laker. The Warminster Journal.

Jean Chapman has taken the traditions of two separate worlds and placed them within the heart of a novel that tells the story of the meeting between each.

—Angus County Press

 

 

Home | Biography | List of Novels | Reviews | Where to buy | Contact Jean site credit