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Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer (eBook)

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Sister Witch:
The Life of Moll Dyer
Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer eBook Cover, written by David W. Thompson
Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer eBook Cover, written by David W. Thompson
Author(s) David W. Thompson
Subject(s) Legends of the Family Dyer
Publisher Solstice Publishing - Solstice Shadows Imprint
Publication date October 31, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 224 Pages
ASIN B076KR626G

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Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer is an eBook written by David W. Thompson. It is the first work in the Legends of the Family Dyer series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer
  • Author: David W. Thompson
  • Published By: Solstice Publishing - Solstice Shadows Imprint
  • Length: 224 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B076KR626G
  • Publishing Date: October 31, 2017


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Plot Summary

Moll Dyer prays she can leave her troubles behind when she immigrates to the new world, but a paranormal threat grows, and soon follows her across the ocean to Maryland.

Colonial life in the Old Line state was tough on both man and woman. Hunger, disease, Indian attacks, and drought tested the resolve of the settlers daily, but troubles for the Dyers included the threat of a succubus on a mission! Will the demonic call initiated by her family prove too much to resist as she labors to rebuild her life in a distant land?

The legend of Moll Dyer originated in earliest colonial Maryland. Despite 300 years of civilization, and scientific reason, Moll's name is still often heard there, especially around campfires late at night, or as a warning to misbehaving little people. Her spirit is often seen as a wisp of unnatural fog in the swampy woodlands near her homestead, with her half wolf companion at her side. This is her story.


Book Review

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