Witches of Cahokia
By Raymond Scott Edge
Something’s turned up at a road construction site in It Was Supposed to Be an Ordinary Dig. It Could End Up Changing
It Was Supposed to Be an Ordinary Dig.
It Could End Up Changing
Now, Daniel and Lauren are faced with failure just as they’re on the cusp of an incredible discovery that would change our archeological knowledge forever. Who were these women, and what do they tell us about ancient beliefs, culture, and even migration patterns? The answers might be too incredible to believe...Spanning the continents and the ages, Witches of Cahokia is a thought-provoking novel that will keep you guessing right up to the shocking conclusion.
What readers are saying about “Witches of
v Feathered Quill Book Reviews - A unique twist to this novel is that the author wraps his fictionalized story around real archeological finds. Collinsville, IL is home to the Cahokia Mounds, a place that figures prominently in the story. Other regional lore, such as the Flight of the Piasa legend, are blended into the story to create a realistic account of archeology, making this not just a fun story, but one that adds realism to the mystery. Quill says: Learn a little about archeology while unwrapping the mysterious story of Snow Pine and her descendants.
v Midwest Book Review - "Witches of
v The author, Raymond Scott Edge, has written a beautiful story mixing
Readers will find themselves drawn into these story lines, and the book offers wonderful characters and believable plot lines to hold the reader enthralled and enraptured from beginning to end. Bravo to Raymond Scott Edge for a novel that is truly innovative, entertaining and educational.
v This book is well written and easy to follow. It kept my interest throughout the entire work. Even though the book switches back and forth from ancient to modern times it is done with ease. I would have to give kudos to Raymond Edge for the ability to carry two stories each having a strong storyline. I would recommend this book anyone who enjoys reading about ancient cultures. I feel that everyone would be enchanted by the story.
v The plot is set in motion when Daniel French, an archeologist for