KIMBERLEY JORDAN REEMAN was born in Toronto, Canada, and holds degrees in English literature and journalism. She worked in Canadian radio and publishing until her marriage to English author Douglas Reeman in 1985. She was his editor, muse and literary partner until his death in 2017.

    Her novel, Coronach, originally published in 2007, is an epic of the 18th century, spanning forty-four years and set in Britain, the Caribbean, and America and France on the eves of their respective revolutions. In the dark months following Douglas Reeman’s death, Kim revised Coronach substantially to better reflect the fierce truths of love and loss. This new edition is her tribute to Douglas. Click here to read background on Coronach.
    She is also the author of a short story entitled How Sleep the Brave about the Tribal Class destroyer HMCS Haida, a veteran of the Second World War, which is presently on display in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Click here to read the story.
    She is presently working on her second novel, which is set against the Second World War.


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