Today sees the launch of the alternate history series Dai & Julia, by the talented duo of Jane Jago and E.M. Swift-Hook. Both authors of multiple books, the combination of talents is a treat to read.

The series premise is that the Roman Empire never fell. But that is just the setting for a dectective duo – one British (Dai), one Roman (Julia) – who join forces to solve crimes in a fantastical yet realistic alternate world. Readers who enjoy alternate history will find much to intrigue and entertain, but it is also a fine detective series, and with a dash of romance.

The series is out in ebook, however this set is in paperback, and includes some bonus new novellas and short stories. A fine addition to a library – and a welcome Christmas present!

Click here to get your copy


Meet the authors

Jane Jago

Jane is a multi-genre writer and voracious reader who lives in the beautiful west country with her big, silly dog and her big sensible husband.

She spent the first half of her working life cooking and the second half editing other people’s manuscripts.

Now she lazes about. A lot. And writes. A lot.

For more writings and musings see:



E.M. Swift-Hook

In the words that Robert Heinlein put into the mouth of Lazarus Long: ‘Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.’
Having tried a number of different careers, before settling in the North-East of England with family, three dogs, cats and a small flock of rescued chickens, I now spend a lot of time in private and have very clean hands.



Author interview:

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2 thoughts on “New Release: Dai & Julia series

  • December 11, 2017 at 07:47

    Sounds like an intriguing book! I will have to check it out!

    • December 11, 2017 at 08:53

      I have read the first one, and snippets of the rest – I am really looking forward to binge reading them soon.

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