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THE AFFLICTED GIRLS

THE AFFLICTED GIRLS

by Suzy Witten

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WINNER 2010 IPPY SILVER MEDAL for Historical Fiction (Independent Publisher Book Awards)

"Something terrible happened in Salem in 1692 . . . but it isn't what you think!"


THE AFFLICTED GIRLS A Novel of Salem by author-researcher Suzy Witten presents a startling new theory of the Salem Village witch-hunt which is certain to put this 300 year old unsettled mystery to rest . . . by expertly guiding readers through The Historical Record to revelation. Part parable, part star-crossed romance, and part supernatural venture, this is an intuitive human history--and inhuman--spun with a modern twist.

Centering her story on Salem Village and its inhabitants, exploring their dark household corners as if she is solving a crime, the author adeptly details how the disintegration occurred while spinning familiar facts in new directions, with the mysterious "afflictions" finally explained. A controversial debut by a new Historical storyteller. (For ages 17 & older)


Historical Fiction, 456 pages, A Paperback Original and eBook from Dreamwand www.theafflictedgirls.com


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BN ID: 2940011833816
Publisher: Dreamwand
Publication date: 10/31/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 456
File size: 583 KB

About the Author

Suzy Witten's career spans twenty years in the entertainment industry: as a filmmaker, screenwriter, story analyst, and editor for film and television. A graduate of USC's School of Cinematic Arts, she was nominated for a Women In Film "Lillian Gish" filmmaking award, and was a Walt Disney Studios Fellowship Finalist for her story of Salem. Currently, she works as a media relations specialist, writer and researcher during disasters for FEMA. She resides in Los Angeles. THE AFFLICTED GIRLS is her first novel.

WINNER of the 2010 IPPY SILVER MEDAL for HISTORICAL FICTION
(Independent Publisher Book Awards, honoring the year's best books from Independent Publishers, Small Presses and University Presses)

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