The Loosening by Ralph Hartman

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Witches—above all else, do you no harm.

Newcomer Gaye Rawlins was a sliver of hope in the dark despair of Stills Valley, Oregon. The girl would bring an end to the nightmare, a sacrifice to end the ancient evil. Now they could begin. They would call out to the Maid, the Mother, and the Old Crone. They would embrace the Goddess; they would chant and sing the old songs. They would repair the rent in the fabric of life.

And the Great Serpent would stop them...

The ancient evil has been unleashed and a thread is pulled loose from the Weave, flailing, slashing, unraveling. An unknowing heiress, a Hunter Druid, and a coven of witches must reweave the threads, but their task will bring them to the very limits of life and death. And they will bring Gaye with them...

About Ralph Hartman

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Published October 26, 2011 by Etopia Press. 240 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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