Many witches were burnt, hanged and tortured in seventeenth-century New England, including notorious coven-leader Evanore Wraxall and her incestuous father. Not all of them died. Now, on a trip to Wraxall House in Haver-Towne, NH, Stewart Fanshawe, cable television finance pundit, is about to meet them.
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Lee has been published at Zebra, Berkley, Cemetery Dance, and Necro Publications. Dorchester is now his exclusive paperback publisher. Lee was one of the co-founders of the Splatterpunk movement in horror and is one of the most influential writers in the genre today. Several of his short stories have been nominated for HWA’s Bram Stoker Award, such as 1994’s Mr. Torso. He has also received many preliminary nominations for HWA’s Best Novel Stoker, including both Portrait of the Psychopath as a Young Woman (1998) and Sacrifice (1995).
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