Children of the Cauldron Karroll Williams

ISBN: 9781420860627

Published: May 1st 2006

Paperback

604 pages


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Children of the Cauldron  by  Karroll Williams

Children of the Cauldron by Karroll Williams
May 1st 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 604 pages | ISBN: 9781420860627 | 10.61 Mb

Two Women imbued with centuries old cauldron of secrets are the only member of their ancient race to survive the fiery witch hunts of the Spanish Inquisition period. Facing certain extinction from their mortal enemies, against all odds they timeMoreTwo Women imbued with centuries old cauldron of secrets are the only member of their ancient race to survive the fiery witch hunts of the Spanish Inquisition period.

Facing certain extinction from their mortal enemies, against all odds they time shift into the nineteenth century. Hardly noticed as squatters they settle into an old deserted mill near the primitively peaceful county town of Argus, West Virginia. Reclusively avoiding the native habitants, only one of the women ever comes to town, solely for the purpose of bartering her cauldron made soap. The womans eccentric isolation promotes the town gossips to suspect, and then accuse her of being a witch. Following the witchly accusations, the unimaginable heinous murder of an adventurous teenage sets the stage for a series of dire events to unfold, driving the afflicted town to seek desperate measures.

Investigating County Sheriff Tom Larsen discovers what he least expects, an enticing heart wrenching truth that will conflict his priorities. The cauldron delivers up a child to release a horrifying secret predicting an irreversible fate. The outcome depends on hidden keys residing within the survivors mortal enemies. Bedevilment or a strange bit of luck can turn the tide. Nothing - is ever certain. Some ways are for dying than others.



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