Becky Wright is a fab author; let me say that first. This is my second read and she keeps me filled with the urger to turn a page, instead of setting the read aside. The exact effect happened while reading The Manningtree Account.
The haunting tale is filled with historical facts on witch trials and the sinister General Matthew Hopkins. Set in various times, the heart of the story roots from 1646's English Civil War, and a woman accused. The child, the story's lifeline, makes the book deep and brings the reader to.current day events. Heather and her Paranormal Investigations team step into danger, without any clue of the rage and power awaiting. But what takes place is only a doorway into a gripping tale of loss of faith and determination. What could be worse?
I found appreciation in Wright's chronicled research. The Manningtree Account felt realistic and very haunting, because it was real and spectral. I am a huge fan of paranormal television shows, so when I can read about a case, and it carry a deeper, realistic feel that the tv shows- I'm ecstatic! It's a fast read and one that I'd press on any ghost lover!
The ebook is a little under one hundred pages, but it's full of supernatural thrills and will make any horror/paranormal reader happy. Check it out, as I move on to the next read!
The Manningtree Account
March 15, 2017
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