The White Raven

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FiveFold Press, Apr 1, 2017 - Fiction - 410 pages

In her thirteenth life, Aven has settled into the now witchcraft-friendly Salem where she has found true happiness and friendship, maybe even love. Despite her contentment, the truth of Aven's existence haunts her. When she dies, her Spirit is forced from the Veil to live again in the body of a stranger. 

Does the elusive white raven, who has shadowed Aven through each of her lives, hold the secret to her release--or is it the cause?
 
To make matters worse, an unrelenting, twisted evil lurks closely behind her. Sustained by his hatred of the witch, he won't give up until she's paid for what she did to him.
 
When the truth of Aven's connection to the white raven is revealed, it is more horrifying than she could ever have imagined.
 
Her freedom will come at a terrible price. And even then, will she truly be free?

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About the author (2017)

Carrie D. Miller was born in Kansas on October 31. She credits her vivid imagination, as well as her sugar addiction, to being a Halloween baby. In a former life, she was an executive in the software industry for many years. Her career in the technology world included software product management, website design, training, and technical writing just to name a few. Although Carrie’s written a great deal over the decades which has been read by thousands of people, software documentation allows for about as much creativity as pouring cement. At the age of 45, she decided to chuck it all to become an author which had been a life-long dream.

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