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The Cave of Storms

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PURITAN AND INDIAN CONFLICTS COME ALIVE IN "THE CAVE OF STORMS" "Spellbinding Drama!" In 1692, fourteen-year-old Mary Larkin witnesses her sister's hanging at the Salem witch trials. After reburying her in consecrated ground, Mary and her five-year-old brother, Ephraim, are set upon by villagers. They flee into the woods where the Abenaki Sagamore, Sky Bear, takes them ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by Rubythroat Press (first published 2009)
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Jun 09, 2011 Diana rated it liked it
Mr. Opally, aka Pugix, found this book, and recommended it to me. I enjoyed very much the well researched lives, Indian and Colonial, in the late 17th century. The descriptions of the New England and Quebec regional landscapes are beautiful. This is the first of a planned quartet of books in a series called "Remembrance of Things that Never Happened," by Patricia Weenolsen. They are self-published by what seems to be the author's own publishing house, Rubythroat Press.

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Fascinating look at the early New England Puritans and Native people.
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Patricia Weenolsen, a psychologist, is the author of Transcendence of Loss over the Life Span and The Art of Dying, favorably reviewed by Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Tacoma News Tribune, Newark Star-Ledger, and others. She has also published short fiction in TriQuarterly, Southern Humanities Review, Confrontation, Buffalo Spree and many other magazines under the name Patricia Otway-Ward . ...more
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