Malkin brims and bubbles with the voices of those accused in the Pendle Witch Trials of 1612. Thirteen men and women – speaking across the centuries via Ralphs’ heady use of free spelling – plead, boast and confess, immersing the reader in this charged and dangerous time in history.
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I’ve redesigned the print book for e-readers, and made two different files: one for tablet devices and one for Kindle devices.
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