A pagan icon is found in dramatic novel

The deeply unpopular Reverend Burnett gets hold of a pagan icon that has been unearthed in his village, in Silma Hill.

When the person who discovered the icon is found dead, the local villagers, fuelled by their hatred of the minister, blame his daughter and accuse her of witchcraft. To save his daughter he’ll have to put aside his pride…

A slow-building dramatic novel with a great plot line.

Silma Hill, by Iain Maloney, published by Freight Books, £8.99

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