Janice Tremayne

About The Author


Janice is an emerging Australian author and lives with her family in Melbourne. Janice is very well versed in her cultural superstitions and how they influence daily life and customs. She has developed a passion and style for writing ghost and supernatural novels for new adult readers. The concept of writing the Haunting Clarisse Series was spawned over a cup of coffee many years ago and she has never looked back since. Her books contain heart-thumping, bone-chilling and thought-provoking ghost and supernatural paranormal experiences that deliver a new twist to every tale.

Her first book in the Haunting Clarisse Series – The Girl in the Scarlet Chair was released in November 2019. The book is written in an easy read style that does not require the reader to overthink the storyline. This makes the book a perfect choice for an evening read and can be enjoyed at their own pace. The book will also appeal to young adults with a mature outlook.

The second book in the series – Haunting in Hartley takes on a more supernatural narrative with a ghost and haunted house setting for the storyline. It was released in May 2020. Upon release, Haunting in Hartley reached number one best new release and the best seller (Amazon kindle ranking) in the occult, ghost and haunted house category.

Author Janice Tremayne looks forward to discussing her next book with readers and can be contacted by email: author@janicetremayne.com


“My stories have been described as thought provoking — challenging the reader to think about the constant battle between good and evil.”

Book Reviews



“Without question, this work is capable of instilling fear into even the most seasoned devotee of paranormal thrillers.” 
The Girl in the Scarlet Chair
Book review by Susan C. Morris
US Review of Books

“Australian author Janice Tremayne has explored and understands cultural superstitions and their impact on our lives.  Her Haunting Clarisse Series, of which Haunting in Hartley is Book 2, offers strong evidence that Janice is an important emerging author of the paranormal/ghost/supernatural genre.”
Haunting in Hartley
Grady Harp 
5.0 out of 5 stars

“There are some truly spooky moments in Haunting in Hartley. Early on we are introduced to a child murder that is continuously referenced throughout the book. When the six-year-old ghost shows up to assist in some supplemental haunting I couldn’t help but squirm away from the images. I mean, what’s scarier than a child ghost? Not a lot. In the midst of a mental battle with the phantom, Clarisse gets an inside look at the moment of the child’s death. It was at the hands of a priest who was supposed to protect the boy. It’s a gut-punch of a scene and I saw how effective Haunting in Hartley could be. The book has a few great moments of the grotesque like this one.
Haunting in Hartley
Book reviewed by Joseph Edwin Haeger 
Independent Book Review


Haunting Clarisse - Book 3

Haunting in Old Tailem
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