A PENDLE WITCH SHORT STORY
Inspired by the treacherous true events surrounding the Pendle Witch Trials, Divided by Witchcraft is a gripping historical short story, written with honesty and "audacious humour". Perfect for fans of Katherine Clements, Stacey Halls and Rowan Coleman.
"The queen of this era, bar none" – Timothy Smith, amazon reviewer
Lancashire, 1612: Fourteen-year-old Grace Sowerbutts is at a dangerous crossroads, caught between the righteous might of the local Pendle Protestants, the fury of their Catholic neighbours, and the insidious threat of witchcraft.
Inspired by the true story of the Samlesbury Witches
Desperate to do the right thing, Grace's family is torn apart as the local Jesuit priest in hiding – Father Christopher Southworth of Samlesbury Hall – uses her to further his personal vendetta against his nephew's widow, Jane Southworth.
To reject his Catholic faith and join her parish church.
Therefore, she must be a witch.
Now all he has to do is prove it...
What readers are saying about Karen Perkins:
"I love your books!" - Rowan Coleman, author of The Girl at the Window and The Vanished Bride
"Great book!" - Kathleen McGurl, author of The Forgotten Gift
"Ms Perkins is a true artist of the spoken word" – JJ Toner, author of Black Orchestra
"Fantastically creepy ghost story" – Lee Franklin, author of Berserker and Nang Tani
"Karen Perkins is an excellent author and puts you right inside the Yorkshire Dales" – Mike McManus, Amazon reviewer
"Fantastic, atmospheric, tantalising, and edge of your seat read" – Jus, Amazon reviewer