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Cooper's Grove

4.45  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
In the sleepy town of Cooper’s Grove, Agnes MacPherson is known as the Witch Woman because of her ability to see auras and spirits. For the most part, people come to her to ask the usual questions posed to a seer. But there is nothing usual about the haunting of Lucinda Mae Hawkins. Cooper’s Grove is the story of Lucinda as told by Miss Aggie.

A wrong side of the tracks gi
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 9th 2013 by Createspace
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Mar 24, 2014 Aly rated it really liked it
Cooper's Grove is told from the perspective of Agnes McPherson. It's quite an interesting choice, and one that makes it stand out. Not only that, but the way that Ann Werner tells the story through her, it seems as if you're visiting with your grandmother and she's telling you about the days when she was young. It's a comforting way to tell the tale, while still allowing the reader to get involved. As a reader, I felt comfortable and I found myself smiling over little comments that people like ...more
Amie Gaudet
Jan 31, 2015 Amie Gaudet rated it really liked it
COOPER'S GROVE by Ann Werner

Agnes MacPherson, known as "Miss Aggie" to some and as "The Witch Woman" to others lives in a small town on the shore of Maryland.

Agnes can see ghosts, just like her mother and her mother's mother. She can't hear them, but she can see them and she can also see people's auras.

Aggie befriends Lucinda as a child and takes an interest in her life throughout the decades.

Lucinda was the only child of a drunk and an abuser. Her mother was the drunk and her father abused he
Feb 10, 2014 Melissa rated it it was amazing
Cooper’s Grove by Ann Werner

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Lucinda comes from a troubled home, her Father is abusive to her Mother and her Mother turns to alcohol to lessen the blows of life. At times in an effort to escape, Lucinda retreats to the neighbor’s home, Miss Aggie. Miss Aggie has spiritual gift and is able to see aura’s and spirits. She cares for Lucinda as her own and is happy to provide a safe haven for her. When Lucinda is only 12 her Father is killed in a ca
Mar 08, 2014 Frances rated it it was amazing
This book was epic! I was quickly drawn in. It is a love story and a ghost tale. Absolutely storytelling at its finest! This was my first book by this author. I was intrigued by it when I saw it here on Goodreads. I thought it would be a good book. I was totally not expecting how much I would fall in love with it. From its opening sentence, "They call me the Witch Woman.", I was hooked. I knew from it I was in for a haunting treat. I did not realize how much I would be swept away. I was left ...more
Ramona Plant
Feb 01, 2016 Ramona Plant rated it really liked it
Ann is an excellent writer with a pleasant writing style. Her story of Lucinda is a lovely story about a girl, you can't help but like. Lucinda, even though she had a tough upbringing, still stayed a great person, one you wouldn't mind being friends with. Lucinda is someone you just feel like you can count on when you need help, without asking for anything back. Billy Joe is a great character as well and matches Lucinda beautifully. The foe in the story is quite scary. Ms Aggie was not really a ...more
K.K. Gould
Apr 24, 2015 K.K. Gould rated it really liked it
What's not to like. This is a story full of strong characters that you both love and hate. I love Lucinda. I was able to develop a picture of the strong young woman walking down the street holding her head high despite all the hardships of her past. She is a person that always seems to do the right thing even though it's not always the easiest.

One of my favorite characters is Mathilda, Lucinda's cranky old mother-in-law. I work in a hospital and she reminds me of some of the grumpy old women th
Brenda Whitner
Mar 01, 2014 Brenda Whitner rated it liked it
This was just ok. Really two and a half stars. Ending was terrible. Book was not believable at all. Too far fetched.
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Dec 10, 2013 Ann Werner rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This is my newest and is quite different from my previous titles. If you like a good ghost story coupled with romance, you will like this book!
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I have always had a voracious curiosity and loved doing creative things. The combination of the two has resulted in a lifetime of experiences. From the mundane to the ridiculous to the sublime, I've pretty much run the gamut. At one point in time I sold cemetery plots - that didn't last long - and I've also been a professional actor, my most notable role being Eliana on the soap opera Days of Our ...more
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