GLOUCESTER, United Kingdom (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Witch-hunt by Linda Jones is a recipe of intrigue, suspense, mystery, romance and English charm – all the ingredients of an astounding new novel that is soon to be a treasured addition and enhancement to the home libraries of collectors of clever and cabalistic literature such as this awesomely written work by author Linda Jones.
“How would you feel about a witch’s curse,” asks Daniel Fletcher of Springfield? His firstborn son Miles is confined to a wheelchair. A curse upon all the firstborn sons of Springfield is a subject that must be researched and closely examined before one can accept such an astonishing belief. Miss Dorcas Meadows is employed to work with Daniel’s son Miles to conduct just such research, for according to the Fletcher family history there has not been “one firstborn heir in three hundred and fifty years.”
Phenomena, paranormal manifestations, or the insightful and powerful visions of one with a psychic nature able to physically and emotionally connect with objects, people, and realms beyond our common experience or capacity, are abilities which make Miss Dorcas Meadows the perfect candidate chosen by Daniel Fletcher in the hope of preserving the life, the love, and the inheritance of his son Miles.
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About the Author
Linda Jones was born and educated in London and has always enjoyed writing stories. Since retiring from a career in Residential Care of the Elderly, she has been able to devote more time to her writing, a variety of handicrafts and running a Brownie pack. She has a keen interest in history; particularly the conditions, crafts and skills of everyday life. She lives in Gloucester, has two daughters, and four grand-children.
Witch-hunt * by Linda Jones
Publication Date: July 12, 2011
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