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Four - Four sisters. Four witches. Four executions. Four different deaths. Paperback – Nov 4 2012

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  • Paperback: 306 pages
  • Publisher: FL Press (Nov. 4 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 0986550302
  • ISBN-13: 978-0986550300
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,563,163 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Medieval England, 1359 Evil lurks about in the shadows eager to take its rightful place in a small village located in the West Midland region. But it must wait for human hatred to take its course … . “KILL THE WITCHES! KILL THE WITCHES!” The priest’s lips twitched at the glorious chant. The muscles around his mouth in full restraint as he saw the mob begin to gather. So long he had waited for this moment. Everything in his life had led him to this moment. Every torturous self-inflicted blow to his body sang today. Every wound finally sealed. The Grand Master had told him that only by coming back to where it had all begun, by facing the horrendous hold the she-demon held over the pulsing fire rushing in his veins, would he find freedom from it all. Finally, his day of redemption had come. Closing his dull brown eyes, he breathed in the sweet smell of victory close by. Her perfume teased his senses as his chest expanded. A hand clapped him on the back, breaking the spell of pure physical pleasure of this moment, his moment. His tall, ghostly figure lunged forward. Apologizing, the village peasant grasped his hand, pumping it up and down vigorously as he congratulated him on their victory over the evil that threatened their village. God would surely be pleased with them, the man said with a frenzied glow. The priest nodded his head in fatherly approval. His mouth came alive with a smile. The enthusiastic man walked away satisfied, shouting in time with the gathering mob. The priest watched the peasant leave, restraining himself from wiping his hand on his clean black robe. Peasants were always so dirty he thought, and always so easily led. Again, he smiled as his eyes caressed the tower from its base to the top. His body shivered with excitement. Unconsciously, he licked his lips in a sensual manner. The day of reckoning would come soon enough. Just one more night, then, and only then, would his sins and the one responsible for them no longer exist.

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WOW! THIS IS A MOVIE! I couldn't put it down. This book is filled with so much intensity. This author is a great discovery. I missed my bus stop because I started reading it on my way home. I read it through from cover to cover in one day! I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. I cannot wait to see what happens next in the second one, I recommend this book with two thumbs up! - Does anyone know if this author has other books?
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