About the Author
Jean Curtis was born in Bristol, England, in 1924 and lived most of her life around Somerset until 1992 when she and her husband retired to north-Northumberland. In her younger days Jean worked as a nurse and during world war two she was a landgirl. She and her husband Ron were married for 62 years. Jean was great-grandmother.
After achieving publication with The Dragons of Little Markhampton, Jean wrote a musical Swan Summer which was performed at The Maltings Theatre, Berwick-upon-Tweed in September 2011. Jean died on 25 February 2015 aged 90. It is hoped that more of her works will be published in the future.
An edited print version of The Dragons of Little Markhampton is also available for Children and more titles are yet to be published.
The heir to the throne of Frentaria, Prince Gregory,has been missing for years. Now the old King has died. The plotters see their chance for a coup but the King’s Cardinal is needed to crown the next king — whoever that may be — and now he is also missing — some hope forever — like Prince Gregory...
A tale of friendly dragons who create a stir when they arrive in a small village looking for the eggs they buried 100 years previously.
The young people of the village help to recover the eggs but can they find them all before the eggs begin to hatch?