by Sandy Moffett


by Sandy Moffett



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1790 Salem, Massachusetts
Multi-award winning author Sandy Moffett brings to life historical Salem in this first novella of a series. The Salem witch trials may be a hundred years past, but Constance Sedgewick and her two aunts run Salem's Academy for Young Ladies, where any rumor of strange occurrences could ruin their excellent reputation. So when pictures start falling off walls, dishware unexplainably cracks, and odd things start to happen, Constance discovers her strong, arcane powers are taking on a life of their own. When her aunts share the cause, Constance isn't sure she can withstand the cure.
If you love the Salem setting, try the MacInness Legacy Series by Sandy and her sister Julie.
The Fireweaver (#1) by Julie Moffett
The Seer (#2) by Sandy Moffett
The Healer (#3) by Julie Moffett

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149656653
Publisher: True Airspeed Press
Publication date: 08/06/2014
Series: Salem's Academy for Ladies , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Sandy loves building worlds with memorable characters caught up in ever changing circumstances. She writes in several genres including historical romance, paranormal, romantic suspense, science fiction, and action adventure thrillers with touches of mystery, some under the name Sandy Parks. She has won several national writing awards including the Daphne du Maurier Mainstream Award for Mystery & Suspense, Maggie Award for Novel with Strong Romantic Elements, and The Lories for Best New Author Paranormal. Before the days of writing, Sandy was trained as a hydrogeologic scientist, taught at a university, and worked for a civil engineering firm and an Air Force flight test computer project. Her adventurous background comes from being a private pilot, traveling the world, hiking, scuba diving, and taking over fifteen years of Kenpo karate.
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