The Witch's Dark by Ken Davis
(The Demons of Salem Book 1)

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"While the advanced reader’s copy of the book suffers from editing errors (which the author has promised to correct), the story flows well and delivers fully realized, interesting characters and a robust plot..."
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The demons and the witches that once terrorized the dark landscape of colonial Massachusetts are eighty years banished--yet a shadow lingers in the abandoned town of Salem.

When that malignant power is disturbed, it sets loose a rising tide of black magick and demons that threatens to overtake the entire colony.

For eighteen-year-old Cate Allen--a brash, impulsive half-witch--stopping the shadowrise means mastering the witchcraft that's always eluded her, or seeing the last of her people perish.

In this first volume of the dark fantasy trilogy The Demons of Salem, Ken Davis brings us into an unsettling and riveting world where sorcery, witchcraft, and 18th century technology collide with politics, betrayal, and the siren lure of power.
 

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Published October 14, 2014 by Night Blue Woods Publishing. 436 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 06 2015

"While the advanced reader’s copy of the book suffers from editing errors (which the author has promised to correct), the story flows well and delivers fully realized, interesting characters and a robust plot..."

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