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She Sees Ghosts: The Story of a Woman Who Rescues Lost Souls

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A blazing fire killed her family and devoured her home. A vengeful demon haunted her. Ghosts of the Revolutionary War needed help that only she could provide. A young woman languished, desperate to survive, and teetered on the edge of sanity.

Mehitable grew up in a freshly tamed town, carved from the primeval forest. Family, friends, and working at the mercantile filled her
Paperback, 270 pages
Published October 25th 2020 by Outskirts Press
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Kate Eminhizer
This book was mesmerizing. The story rolls along, taking the reader with it, as the main character Mehitable finds her way through life. Mehitable is relatable largely due to how outside forces impact the decisions she makes in her life. She also represents to the reader how one must learn to accept their strengths and weaknesses and how to make the best of our individual gifts and talents. The author paints a remarkable picture of early America through the family stories of multiple characters ...more
Elizabeth Bell
Nov 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
I typically read "straight" historical fiction rather than historical fiction with paranormal elements. But I enjoyed this author's previous novel, so I thought I'd give this one a try.

Mehitable is a heroine who's easy to root for. The author puts her through so much, including exorcising a demon without anyone's help—or at least, without the help of anyone living. What a brave and compassionate young woman. As someone with a sleep disorder, I could particularly sympathize with how restless spir
Paul Bennett
Nov 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
full review posted on Dec 10th - part of blog tour for HFVBT
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Dave enjoys getting lost in the settings he imagines and spending time with the characters he creates. Writing historical fiction is like making paintings of the past. He loves to weave fact and fiction together, stirring in action, adventure, romance, and a heavy dose of the supernatural with the hope of transporting the reader to another time and place. He is an Adirondack 46-er, which means he ...more

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