Bio: Margaret James was born and grew up in Hereford, UK. She studied English Literature and Anglo-Saxon Archaeology at the University of London, then worked as a civil servant in Oxford, where she met her husband. She now lives in Devon with the same husband, their two children and two cats.
She works as a freelance journalist for the UK's Writing Magazine, is a founder partner of Storytracks, a literary appraisal agency, and is a long term member of the UK's Romantic Novelists’ Association. She is currently writing her fourteenth novel. All her published titles are on the UK's Amazon website.
When not writing, Margaret likes getting her hands dirty, so she enjoys gardening and is currently very happily occupied in trying to bring order out of the chaos of a former building site. She also makes time for pottery classes, and she loves travelling, especially in Italy - which, after Devon, is her
During the Industrial Revolution in England, smart, ambitious ironmaster's grand-daughter Rebecca Searle is determined to make her way in a man's world, and feels no need for a husband. But when she falls in love with landowner Ellis Darrow, she follows her heart into a blissful marriage--much to the dismay of Ellis's cruel, greedy and jealous sister Lalage, who schemes to destroy Rebecca and won't stop short of murder. Historical Fiction by Margaret James; originally published by Severn House
In this "time-slip" novel set in contemporary and Anglo-Saxon England, Susannah Miller is researching ancient documents in a cathedral library when she uncovers the tragic story of a Saxon queen. Susannah herself is haunted by a recent tragedy, and when she joins an archeological dig, events in her own life begin to echo the distant past. Will her friendship with an old college friend give her the strength to fight her demons? Contemporary/Anglo-Saxon time slip novel of suspense and romance by M... more info>>
When orphan Owen Morgan is taken in by his uncle, his future seems secure. Growing up, Owen and his eldest cousin Jane plan to marry. But mere weeks before the wedding, Owen falls passionately in love with another woman. Banished from his uncle's house, Owen returns to his native South Wales, where unresolved family conflicts create difficulties and dangers, both for him and for his still-beloved cousin Jane. Historical Romance/Fiction by Margaret James; originally published by Magna [UK]