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Testament

by Edward V'Kanty  US United States

March 29, 2015   |    1,314 reads    |   0 comments

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Testament - Book Image Did Not Load!For the first time anywhere, Testament draws the reader into the New Yorke witch trials! Experience this 17th century horror first-hand and decide for yourself whether or not to condemn the accused for heresy and witchcraft.

Testament is based on the trial of Ralph and Mary Hall, accused of practicing witchcraft and sorcery against the family of Ann Rogers. This book takes a look at what may have happened and how New Yorke, like Salem, could have fallen prey to the fear of witchcraft.

There is but one catch: The reader must determine the path this colony is to follow. After reading the journal entries of apprentice magistrate Singent Straubb and the court documents regarding the trial of accused witches Ralph Hall and his wife Mary, how will you cast your verdict?
 

About The Author

Edward V’Kanty is from western New York, where he graduated from Jamestown Community College with an A.A. and Hilbert College with a B.S. He is also a member of The Association of Independent Authors (AiA). His first book, Whispers From Hell, introduced readers to his unique writing styles and his interest in the horror and supernatural genres, through a collection of short stories that have been described by readers as “Creepy, thrilling, and incredibly entertaining” and “...reminiscent of Edgar Allan Poe.”
Since the release of Whispers From Hell: An Anthology of Horror & the... more

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