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Abigail is a young teenage misfit living out her life in a small village. She is dragged into the world of the supernatural when she finds human bones buried at the bottom of a pond. Transported back in time Abigail meets herself in the Seventeenth century and is forced to carve out a new life, using any and all her feminine wiles in a savage and violent time. It is the era of the witchfinders and a very dangerous time to be different.The story follows Abigail and her travels, through England, the Caribbean and the Americas in her search for love and happiness. Perhaps she can achieve this in the past, making a better life for herself, or maybe not.
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About the Author
Raymond M Hall is a native of East Anglia and spent his formative years in and around the ancient town of Colchester. His novel 'Witchfinder' has enjoyed considerable success and 'The Water Maiden' continues in the theme of witchcraft, but takes on many twists and turns. Raymond now lives in Australia in an old gold mining town in the central tablelands of New south Wales where he finds the relaxing pace of life highly conducive to writing.