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Witch's Moon

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Joe Hillery meets Diehla Thorne, the ghost of a witch who’s curse has haunted his family for three-hundred years. On a life and death wager, she sends Joe back to her time of 1680 New Hampshire. There he has only two days to find a person brave enough to touch the ring on the living witch’s finger.

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Ralph E Horner’s latest book, WITCH’S MOON is a gentle Gothic Horror. It is a cleverly written Time Travel, where the modern-day Joe Hillery is determined to go back in time to alter the outcome of a witch’s curse against all of Judge Jeremiah Hillery’s descendants. Joe is the last in the bloodline unless he can find a way to break the curse. Once you begin, you’ll not want to set this book down. I highly recommend it.

 JoEllen Conger

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About the author

Meet Ralph Horner

Ralph has had various short stories published since 2002. In August 2007 his short story, Pandora Spoxx was featured by Wild Cat Books in their monthly Startling Stories Anthology. In June 2008 his short story, Atalanta Alters The Tide Of Alida was published in the Heroes of Ancient Greece anthology by Night to Dawn Books.

Ralph is an active member of the South Side Scribes Writers Group in Orland Park, IL.

Ralph is also a professional entertainer, doing balloon art and magic since 1991. He can be contacted at Horn149@comcast.net.

 

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