Jan Williams has been a teacher, a writer, a storyteller, and a grand talker. She has explored many historic themes in her work. She has taken children on journeys of the imagination to prehistoric mounds and sunken forests, ancient battles and folk tales of magical characters. The deserted ruins of a convent in the enchanted Suffolk countryside haunted her and produced this very exciting story of a ghost from the reign of Henry VIII. She loves cats, flowers and the sea.
The Ghost of Pendlesham Priory
“I am a spirit reaching out to you to tell you my story so that I can find rest. Help me.”The spirit is Isabel Calthorpe who speaks out from Tudor times to Ben, nicknamed the ‘Digger’, and his cousin, Filly. Ben is the first to be touched by her story as he wanders the countryside of Suffolk...