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The Patriot Witch by C.C. Finlay

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The Patriot Witch
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Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN/ASIN: 0345503902
ISBN-13: 9780345503909
Number of pages: 345

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The year is 1775. Proctor Brown is an ordinary young man working the family farm in New England. He is a minuteman, a member of the local militia, determined to defend the rights of the colonies. Yet Proctor is so much more. Magic is in his blood, a dark secret passed down from generation to generation. But Proctor’s mother has taught him to hide his talents, lest he be labeled a witch and find himself dangling at the end of a rope.

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