Jane Palmer Photographs of a selection of Summer flowers including comfrey, roses, yellow corydalis, euphorbia griffithii (Fireglow), water lilies, pansies, kniphofia (red hot poker), hibiscus, kangaroo paw, gloxinia, campanula, astilbe, arum lilies, a dandelion, moth orchids, a gerbera, honeysuckle, palm flower, osteospermum, dicentra, polemonium, hydrangea, and sea campion.
Jane Palmer Photographs of a selection of Spring and Summer flowers including blueberry, irises, wisteria, roses, tulips, tritonia, rhododendrons, flowering currant, moth orchids, periwinkles, a peace lily, water lilies, laburnum, a carnation, ranunculi, camellias, pansies, honeysuckle, gorse, trollius, and magnolias.
Jane Palmer Photographs of a selection of Spring flowers including a slipper orchid, tulips, ranunculi, magnolias, pansies, cherry blossom, camellias, daffodils, apple blossom, rosemary, primulas, forget-me-nots, Montana clematis, an azalea, forsythia, and crown imperial fritillary.
Jane Palmer Aliens from another dimension are abducting humans. Severing the link could destroy both worlds. The solution is in the hands of a six-foot, purple septuagenarian with a bad attitude and agenda of her own.
Jane Palmer Diana hears the voice of Moosevan, an entity who inhabits a distant planet, in her head. Her world is threatened and she wants Diana’s help. Yuri believes her, though he's usually drunk in charge of a ten inch reflector and has a bizarre theory about the movement of the asteroids. Then two cosmic intelligences decide to help. They may understand the Universe, but mere mortals are beyond them.
Jane Palmer Sentient beings who refuse to accept that they could have evolved from such lowly origins as the primeval slime often end up surrendering to their own technology. From supercomputers that control Earth to plasma beings created to protect space museums, there is always that glitch which compels them to think again. And what hope do the electronically dependant, who expect nanobots to clean their fingernails have when confronted by a moon-sized greenhouse occupied by voracious vegetables hunting for new pastures, or a monster munching its way through the fairyland characters around which their lives revolve? Survival does not necessarily depend on the fittest.
Jane Palmer Ara Zuyev is a secret to nearly everyone, and those who know anything about her have barely scratched the surface. A bodyguard for a powerful billionaire, she is the last line of defense for the family's inner circle. But when her charge, 16-year-old Samantha Harper, is kidnapped and the FBI are called in, Ara immediately comes under suspicion. She didn’t follow basic security protocol, which should have been second nature for her. And now Samantha's life hangs in the balance.
Assertive and authoritative, Luke Patrick is the best the FBI has to offer. Nothing about Ara's story is adding up, and when Ara attempts to take control of the investigation, Luke is convinced she knows far more than she’s saying.
As the case develops and new details are discovered, Ara and Luke are forced to work together. She needs his investigative team. He needs her inside knowledge of the family. But neither of them trust each other. Their uneasy alliance is formed with one goal in mind: to bring Samantha home alive.
But what initially looks like a simple kidnapping for ransom quickly spirals into something far more sinister in Jane Palmer's explosive series debut When She's Gone.
Jane Palmer Ever detected an element of ogre in that unkempt lout lounging on a park bench with a can of light ale, or insubstantial wraith in the girl twittering inanities into her mobile phone? This is probably because those alter egos exist in the depths of Darkle Deeps or magical realm of Lustreland; a dimension where griffins, rocs and dragons soar over a domain on the verge of being devoured by a monstrous entity deep below it. This also comes as quite a shock to a bombastic bass baritone and sagacious hotel owner with a mission to bring down an international conspiracy.
Jane Palmer Dr Duncan Parfait is charismatic, a little shambolic, and totally convinced that there could be no intelligent culture pre-dating the present one. The unequivocal proof that there was sets his preconceptions and world on its head. Without giving a thought to it being too true to be good, he sets out to excavate submerged cities and write a book which contradicts all those assumptions made by historians and archaeologists who went before.
Jane Palmer The bonds people forge can be glorious, everlasting and filled with devotion. All too often they are problematic and dogged by regrets. Many more are not what they seem. Devotion to a lost partner is one thing, devotion to the long dead quite another, and an orang-utan with a sweet tooth can be more appreciative than the family everything has been sacrificed for.
Jane Palmer A sequel to The Planet Dweller and Moving Moosevan. Human civilisation has been moved to Titan. It is now in a synchronous orbit on the opposite side of the Sun to the Earth. Titan has no oceans, so when the atmosphere starts to deteriorate, the two shape-changing super-beings who caused the problem in the first place are sent back to rectify things. Can they make matters even worse? Read on …
Jane Palmer Hunder is moody and prone to tantrums. He is also the bio computer that controls intergalactic travel and moves worlds. When God arrives, the Supreme Deity is more interested in annihilating the communicator, Ansopha, “spawn of the Devil”. So the Devil enlists the help of retired photojournalist, Gladys Hodge, staying at Brinton-on-Sea. The small seaside town is never quite the same again.
Jane Palmer A mysterious force has almost sucked dry the Ojal's energy pools. Controller Opu is charged with finding a solution. Breaking Galactic law, her search leads to Earth where the characters involved are not all what they seem. There is an unnervingly independent student, two sinister spiritualists, a bullet-proof black policeman, and a youthful watcher apparently over a hundred years old.
Jane Palmer Preston Niblock’s wife dies in a fire that destroys the last business standing in the way of Palace Parade, a new shopping mall. He uncovers the truth about the development, so is bribed to keep quiet. But the local shopkeepers put out of business enlist the support of a crusading councillor, brilliant accountant, and backing of Preston’s ill gotten millions. What could go wrong?
Jane Palmer Ahmose looks after the menagerie at the temple of Amon Ra and is a secret devotee of the Aton. The vengeful Ra transforms him into a golden bird damned to live forever and only turn into a man for a few days every five centuries. The curse of Ra is also drawn down onto those Ahmose encounters. The alchemists, Helen Maat and Dinan, and the soldier, Gerard Jorden, are also condemned to immortality.
Jane Palmer The direct descendent of a carnivorous dinosaur has returned to claim the Earth. Commander Pyg sets up her base in the ancient subterranean Ossiane Empire. Nothing can stop her exterminating the human race apart from an eccentric geologist, sceptical science master, and a few surviving Ossianes. And none of them know about the comet on collision course with the Earth.
Jane Palmer Moosevan has been moved to a new planet after the machinations of the empire building Mott, Kulp, and Dax and Reniola, cosmic super intelligences, ensured its destruction. Moosevan now lives inside the Earth, adding interesting twists to motorways. Unfortunately, Mott androids and Kulp turn their attention to the Earth. Even worse, Dax and Reniola are sent to deal with them.