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Since its beginning in 2000, The Copperfield Review, a literary journal for readers and writers of historical fiction, has become known worldwide as a leading market for historical fiction. The Copperfield Review has been featured in Writer’s Digest, Novel and Short Story Writer’s Market, Killer Startups, Duotrope, The Los Angeles Times, and Las Vegas Seven Magazine. It was named one of the top sites for new writers by Writer’s Digest and it has received the Books and Authors Award for Literary Excellence. Our imprint, Copperfield Press, has published our first anthology, History Will Be Kind: An Anthology of Historical Fiction.

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I was drawn to Daughters of the Witching Hill because of my interest in witch hunts and witch trials, and Mary Sharratt did not disappoint. The story is based on historical details and transcripts from the real-life 1612 Pendle witch hunt.


The novel starts with an interesting premise. What if some of the peo...

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