THE NEW WITCH
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- NANCY SMITH GIBSON
A Woman Learns Deeply Hidden Family Secrets When She Inherits Broussard Court Apartments In New Orleans From A Great-Aunt She Didn?T Know Existed.
Madame?s extraordinary powers, helping those in need as well as punishing evil doers, are held in awe throughout her neighborhood and even in the greater city of New Orleans. Madame, however, is old and sees the mists forming telling her she will soon die. She leaves her considerable holdings to her only known relative, Addie Zappo, who is completely unaware of her great aunt and the power she wields. Already Madame has set in motion events that will bring together the lives of four unsuspecting women in unimaginable ways, but it will be up to Addie, the New Witch, to ward off the evil already gathering to strike at the women.
?The New Witch" grabs you and lets you be that fly on the wall as the abused wife meticulously plots her escape and covers her trail on her way to her new hideout in New Orleans. Gibson is a master of engagement of the reader and will not turn you loose until she takes you on a ride. She is wonderful story teller who will throw you in the current of her words and wash you down- stream to the end of the book.?-Chap Harper, author of Beer, Bait, and Ammo.
?In The New Witch Nancy Smith Gibson stirs up a variety of fascinating characters to make the perfect blend of magic, romance and New Orleans soul.?-Carole Katchen, Artist and author of The Menopause Murders and I Was a Lonely Teenager.
?The New Witch by Nancy Gibson begins with an affluent lady with a plan - a plan to dump an abusive husband and leave him in the dust. Next, she introduces other characters; to me reminiscent of Carl Hiaasen?s Stormy Weather - where he presents several seemingly unrelated threads and in the end skillfully ties them together in the plot tapestry. Get a good grip and hang on for the twists and turns Gibson provides.? -John Achor, author of Casey Fremont mysteries and Alex Hilliard thrillers.
?Nancy Gibson Smith has conjured up yet another great book in The New Witch. It is full of mystic, magic and love. The Good Witch is alive with the taste of New Orleans, flavored with a dash of mystic, a pinch of magic and stirred together with love.?-Sherri McDuffie, author of An Unexpected Rescue.
?A masterfully woven tale, full of rich characters and language. The New Witch weaves together the everyday lives of its characters into this fascinating story. A great and fun read!?-John E Seymore, filmmaker. Seymore Films.