This book is the product of six years of loving labor and hardcore research. I now offer it up to all Salem Witch Trial enthusiasts with complete humility.

Salem, Massachusetts, 1692. It was during this year that several girls condemned more than twenty necks to the gallows. Witches. Evil walking amongst the God-fearing throngs of Salem Towne. For all the hysteria, the supposed witches were not the source of the evil that walked the rough dirt roads of Salem. The witch trials and subsequent executions are one of the most famous examples of mass hysteria and mob mentality and have spurned legend after legend and ghost story upon ghost story.

   Fast forward to New Mexico, 2010. A simple house cat struggles to understand why the family the cat resides with would want to move to the east. Bubbles, a well spoken, well read, and egotistical feline, “Not cat, that word has always offended me.”, with a penchant for mice and a courtly manner to rival any prince. Upon arrival in Salem, the family has chosen to purchase the home built originally by Samuel Good, the son of Sara Good, Whom was among the first three tried and executed for witchcraft during those black days in 1692. Along with the previous owners’ pets, Nigel Jameson III and Mrs. Perry Winkle, Bubbles must sort out the challenges before him, discovering that the presence in the house is not that of Sara Good, while simultaneously avoiding The Witch’s Revenge.


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Jul. 17, 2010 at 2:30 PM

Sounds good. I just have to wait for hubby to get paid and I'll order a copy.

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Jul. 19, 2010 at 7:37 PM

Will be ordering a copy within next week or so!! This is awesome!!

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Sep. 14, 2011 at 9:53 AM

Sounds really good.

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