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Familiar Spirits By Leonard Tourney,

  • Title: Familiar Spirits
  • Author: Leonard Tourney
  • ISBN: 9780345343727
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Three innocents stand accused of sorcery and soon no one is safe The town of Chelmsford was going mad with the frenzy of witch hunting Neighbors accused one another with no cause, hysterical at the sudden death of a townsman and sightings of an apparition of a dead young woman But Constable Matthew Stock would have none of it Sensible, down to earth, and aided by theThree innocents stand accused of sorcery and soon no one is safe The town of Chelmsford was going mad with the frenzy of witch hunting Neighbors accused one another with no cause, hysterical at the sudden death of a townsman and sightings of an apparition of a dead young woman But Constable Matthew Stock would have none of it Sensible, down to earth, and aided by the quiet intelligence of his good wife Joan, he doubted the accusers, but was helpless to save the accused As the village became inflamed with terror, Matthew cleverly began to piece together a deceptively simple tale of innocence and guilt, heaven and hell, to reveal the long hidden secrets behind the strange bewitchings Publisher s description
    Familiar Spirits Three innocents stand accused of sorcery and soon no one is safe The town of Chelmsford was going mad with the frenzy of witch hunting Neighbors accused one another with no cause hysterical at the su

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    1. The Author is a friend of mine, so it made this book such an interesting read for me on that level I really am not a huge lover of mysteries sorry its true that is one of the least favorite genre s for me, but I read one every October regardless because it is important to stay balanced and some of my favorite people are hard core mystery readers so I must keep up I felt this book was fascinating because it covered an interesting time of witch hunts and superstition I enjoyed it and I think that [...]

    2. Entertaining setting, and subject matter both weighty and my preferred sort But I spent the whole book exclaiming over how stupid everyone was The stupid, it burrrrnnnnssss And the writing style lacked something It was very straightforward He did x, and thought the obvious things about y Also, the plot twist was too obvious, and I saw it coming from the time they introduced the merest hint of it, in the beginning, and expected you to forget about that particular incident Meh.At least it didn t t [...]

    3. The beginning was interesting with witch hunt and such Then the old English tone becomes increasingly irritating Who could enjoy a book when you have no idea what the heck the characters are talking about Come the middle, and it was all anti climax I felt like I was reading a history book or something Not really cool.

    4. Interesting disturbing read More than the witches and spirits, what scared me was the gradual build up of mass hysteria and panic in the small village I thought the author did a great job of showing how some people can take advantage of a situation to persecute people they don t like I couldn t stop reading because I wanted to see how it d all end.

    5. Once again, Matthew and Joan Stock solve the mystery in Chelmsford This time, the murder involves 2 alleged witches Thanks, Mr Tourney, for another great story.

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