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Whalley, 1537: On a day like any other, a devastating fire changes the lives of two young girls. What happens next triggers a series of events leading inexplicably to the cells of Lancaster Gaol. Lancashire, 1612: The most notorious witchcraft trials in England are taking place. Among the accused, three generations of the same family. A family rooted in Pendle, tied to the infamous Malkin Towers and always followed by a whisper of evil. A family destroyed by the evidence given by a nine year old girl...
Harriet Young studied Law at the University of Manchester before retraining as a primary school teacher in 2016. She has worked as a teacher since then, and particularly loves the joy of teaching young children to read and share her passion for books. Harriet is based in Cheshire and lives with her husband and cat. @thesenovelthoughtsMore About Harriet Young