In the summer of 1590, shortly after returning from Denmark with his new Queen, James VI of Scotland later James I of England, made the decision to attend the trials of several accused witches from the small kirk of North Berwick. This single act would forever change how James would be viewed for centuries to come.
|Publisher:||Twice By Lightning|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)|
About the Author
Joe Kasti wrote Malicious History while attending a Master's program in History. His interest in the Scottish Witch trails developed out of a love of Shakespeare's Macbeth, which was inspired by the events during the life of King James VI of Scotland, I of England. He shares his Master of Arts Thesis research that will challenge the status quo that has been written for centuries about King James VI of Scotland & I of England. Kasti has gone on to receive several other advanced degrees in various field including a Master's in Communication, Film and Education.