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The Sorcerer's Confession (The Sorcerer #1)

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Charles Sutton, ghost, has been and can be anything he wants. He can harm or heal at his sole discretion and be anywhere on the planet in a heartbeat.

If he were to present himself in your living room and ask you to become the author of his confession, you could not refuse. You would be compelled to travel with him on a magical odyssey of the bizarre and the impossible.
Published May 26th 2011 by Susannah Morgan, via Smashwords (first published January 1st 1997)
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Oct 29, 2011 Katy rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: almost everyone
Recommended to Katy by: Susannah Morgan
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Charles Sutton is a sorcerer and a ghost. He lived his mortal life in the 18th century, and was killed during the French Revolution. Now he has contacted Katherine – Kate to her friends – in order to dictate to her his confession, in an attempt to rid himself of the negativity and connection to his old sorcerer master.

That is the basic premise of the story, and the idea of Charles as a ghost who steals the bodies of others in his attempts to communicate with humans was such a good one that I wa
Tarrin Lupo
Dec 22, 2011 Tarrin Lupo rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It took me awhile to get going, but once I got going I could not put it down. It was a fun fantasy page turner with a interesting twist. I like the interaction between Charles Sutton and Susannah Morgan, There is a strong underlying moral story hidden in all the action as Charles learns about humanity in his afterlife. If you like your books to move, you will enjoy this book.
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The Sorcerer’s Confession is a novel that delves into the life of Charles Sutton, a ghost who decides to tell his life story to Katherine, a writer. Sutton can inhabit bodies and control people and take form because in death, as in life, he is a sorcerer.

Once Sutton chooses Kate to tell his story, Morgan takes the reader, and the writer on a trip through history from Paris in 1792, to World War II and observing Hitler, and there
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Recommended to Elli by: Tarrin Lupo
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Susannah was born as the first child of four. She went to school and college in Canada and then moved to the United States.

Her research and travels took her from the Anglican Church as a child, through the gamut of many philosophies and religions worldwide.

Interviews with inmates in the US`Penal System and the police provided a base from which to build the crimes of her characters.

She currently
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