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Carol Hunt

4 children’s books by the writer

Carol Hunt's fiction stories draw on local folklore, myth and legend, such as Veasta, the Chesil Beach sea monster, and the Roy Dog, the phantom Portland Black Dog. Her writing is inspired by the magic and mystery of the Isle of Portland. Carol has three children and lives in Easton, Portland. She studied English Literature and History at university and has worked with young people as an adviser. Since the publication of her books, she is regularly asked to give talks in schools and libraries across Dorset. In 2011 Book 2 in the Portland Chronicles series, Enchantment of the Black Dog, was selected as the Bridport Children's Big Read.

The Portland Giant

Carol Hunt

The Portland Giant

In the final book of The Portland Chronicles, Isabel discovers the greatest secret of the ancient Isle of Portland. 'You're a witchy family. Your mum's got red hair and your sister's a pumpkin!' remarks Noah, Isabel's ...

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7+ years

Enchantment of the Black Dog

Carol Hunt

Enchantment of the Black Dog

A mysterious Black Dog is roaming the Isle of Portland looking for Isabel Maydew. The mermaid wants to enslave him and the Southwell fairy thinks he's a dangerous werewolf. Isabel travels across time to unravel his shadowy past, led ...

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7+ years

The Portland Sea Dragon

Carol Hunt

The Portland Sea Dragon

There's a sea dragon flying over Portland, Dorset, a bad omen. When the dragon is accused of murder after the unexplained disappearance of Sally Lucke in 1616, only Isabel in 2011 can solve the mystery. So she sets out ...

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Portland Pirates

Carol Hunt

Portland Pirates

Pirate Crime Wave Shocks Portland! A band of marauding pirates is marooned on the Isle of Portland. Their ship the Fortune has mysteriously disappeared and a sinister mermaid accuses Isabel Maydew of witchcraft, calling the Fortune across the seas of ...

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