Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen


The average ten-year-old girl seldom travels far from home. She doesn’t worry about being kidnapped by witches or imprisoned in medieval castles where children are ensnared to meet their unspeakable demise. She rarely gives thought to curses, potions and magic. She certainly isn’t concerned about risking life and limb to decipher ancient rites and lost treasures….

But Liberty Frye is about to discover that she is not just your average girl.

When a cryptic note from long-lost relatives arrives, the news it brings flips Libby’s small-town existence upside down. Soon, she finds herself lured to a foreign land where mystery, spells and the dark stuff of fairy tales await. It’s up to Libby to unravel the sinister plot that brought her there in the first place, but in so doing, she’ll uncover a shocking secret that will change her life forever … if she survives the challenge.

About the Author

J.L. McCreedy is a writer and traveler who spent over a year living in Rodenbach, Germany, in the State of Hessen, while preparing the first draft of Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen.

She first learned a love of writing (and developed an irrevocable condition of wanderlust) while growing up in Southeast Asia as the child of missionaries.  She holds a B.A. in English and a law degree, and she has had nearly as many strange experiences in her life as the characters in her stories!

She is currently marooned on a tiny South Pacific island, where she is working on her next novel.

Author’s Links

Website: www.libertyfrye.com

Twitter : @jlmccreedy

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