Jill Stuart

Jill Stuart is a writer forging adventures of the fictional nature, that transcends the divide between what is imagined, and the reality of the settings by writing captivating stories set in the places she has spent her life. Headhunt a compelling adventure, taking you vividly through the primeval untamed jungle of the Sarawak rain forest is described as "unputdowneable" by many. The Mysery of Hadrians Cove takes us into the life of fourteen year old Jack Wilson, on an adventure along the wild coast of North East England, notorious for smuggling in the 18th & 19th centuries. 

 The story of Kate Birch’s search for her missing father in the Sarawak Rainforest makes compelling and exciting reading. Jill Stuart evokes in her story the primeval essence of untamed jungle. Her vividly descriptive narrative takes the reader on an unforgettable journey, with live characters and a page turning plot the like of which could only be depicted by one who has a profound knowledge of the place and its people.


 The Mystery of Hadrian’s Cove takes fourteen year old Jack Wilson, his friend Alison Brown and cousin Tom Harrison, on an adventure which materialises in the small fishing village of Hadrian’s Cove on the wild coast of North East England. This coast was notorious for smuggling in the 18th & 19th centuries, famed for its pioneering Whitby photographer, Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, Bram Stoker’s 19th century story of Dracula, and the subsequent development of the Goth culture of the 1980’s which thrives in Whitby today. 

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