Annabel Horton, Lost Witch of Salem

Annabel Horton, Lost Witch of Salem

by Olivia Hardy Ray

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Overview

From the Salem Witch trials through the Nineteenth Century and beyond, Annabel Horton, one of God's most powerful witches, is pursued by the devil's disciple, Urban Grandier, a demonic spirit bent on possessing her. In order to save herself and her family, she must take the bodies of those that the devil favors and uncover the motive behind the illusive Ursula, also known as Louis Bossidan, a scandalous cross-dresser who is pursuing her beautiful granddaughter.


Most importantly, she must learn how to use her impressive power. But will it be enough to save her husband from Urbain's fiery inferno? Will it be enough to save her children from demons greater than themselves?


Reader Reviews:

"A hauntingly beautiful and well-written tale of the Lost Witch of Salem."

"This is not just a novel, it is an experience."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151343725
Publisher: Chatter Creek Publishing
Publication date: 03/11/2012
Series: Annabel Horton , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 202,127
File size: 812 KB

About the Author

Olivia Hardy Ray is the pen name for author Vera Jane Cook, who enjoys writing in a variety of genres. As Olivia Hardy Ray, Jane is author of the dark, suspenseful scifi fantasy novels Pharaoh's Star and Annabel Horton, Lost Witch of Salem. She has numerous forthcoming titles in this genre.

As Vera Jane Cook, she often explores her southern roots and complex family dynamics in her women's fiction. Her novel Dancing Backward in Paradise won the Indie Excellence Award for notable new fiction when it was released in 2007 and an Eric Hoffer Award for publishing excellence that same year. Dancing Backward in Paradise received a five-star review from ForeWord Clarion. The Story of Sassy Sweetwater, released in 2012, was a finalist for the ForeWord Clarion Book of the Year Award. Additionally, Jane has published the southern fiction novels Where the Wildflowers Grow and Pleasant Day, which is being republished in 2018.

Jane lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with her spouse, her Basenji/Chihuahua mix, Roxie, her Dachshund, Karly, her Chihuahua, Peanut, and her two pussycats, Sassy and Sweetie Pie.

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