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Obadiah Gray and the Witch of Half-Moon Swamp by Thomas G. Lammers
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Jun 11, 2010

really liked it
Read from June 09 to 10, 2010 — I own a copy

Strange goings on in and around the town of Augusta and the Skunk River pull Dr. Obidiah Gray and his wife Annabelle in 1853 Iowa lead to charges of witchcraft and being the devil's servant in this frontier medical mystery.

Lammers once again tells a fine story, although I really wish he would stretch out from his novella length stories into longer pieces. His characters are fun and deserve more space to grow and to shine and would benefit from more room to grow. The plot and flow of the story are solid and gripping and keep the pages turning (more pages would be fine here as well).

Another fun outing from Lammers, and worth picking up a copy from discerning establishments.

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Reading Progress

06/10/2010 page 26
40.63% "The stage is being well set and I am looking forward to more...more...MORE!!!!"
06/10/2010 page 40
62.5% "The plot thickens...and roils and boils and.....toils and troubles...."

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