New England Witch Chronicles

Let’s try this again: the book I scheduled and posted bright and early this morning was supposed to have been marked down to 99 cents for today, but the author didn’t get around to it.  Sometimes, I just want to pull my hair out!  Here’s one along the same genre as this morning’s aborted entry:

New England Witch Chronicles by Chelsea Bellingeri is 99 cents today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 20 customer reviews.  You can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/ISkaFF into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Fantasy

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

The Salem Witch Trials of 1692 were an embarrassing stain on America’s revered past. Innocent people were persecuted at the hands of a few over-zealous puritans. But what if there were real witches during those colonial hunts? What if there are witches in present day New England? That is what Alexandria Ramsey’s crazy grandmother believes. Grandma Claudia claims Alex descends from a long line of New England witches.

Modern day witches in Hazel Cove, Massachusetts? Unlikely, but strange things are occurring in the weeks preceding Alex’s seventeenth birthday, which also coincides with her family’s annual Halloween party. Alex is haunted by bizarre reoccurring nightmares of a man chasing her through the Hazel Cove Cemetery. On a few occasions, when her emotions have spiraled out of control, inanimate objects have shattered around her. But that’s just a coincidence, right? Alex isn’t so sure, especially after a local girl, who supposedly dabbled in witchcraft, was killed in the nearby forest.

Alex knows something strange is happening to her. With the arrival of a new boy in town, the mischievous James Van Curen, who is making her life difficult and causing problems between Alex and her best friend, Peter, Alex feels like her entire world is on the verge of chaos. Could Alex really be a witch? Is it possible Hazel Cove will become a battleground for modern day witches and witch hunters?

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One response to “New England Witch Chronicles

  1. Alison

    This plot reminds me, “The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane.” That was a excellent and fun read. Maybe you could get them to get drop Deliverence Dane down to 99c? Thank you.

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