The Society of Medea is a secretive cult of ancient mysticism. When the leader of the Society, Rachel Williams, is tried for murder in a Seattle courtroom, the sensational case becomes a modern day witchcraft trial.
Jack Burke is the detective whose investigation of a client’s death leads him to the shadowy Society of Medea. John Page is the King County prosecutor who files charges against the Medeans in a case that may ruin his own career.
But Rachel Williams and the Medeans will use frightening powers to protect themselves and their occult secrets.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I visited Salem, Mass. where the infamous early America witch trials took place. It made me wonder whether such a trial could possibly take place in the present day. This novel portrays one way it could happen.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The central character of Rachel Williams was created to be a contoversial sociologist whose research into ancient mysticism uncovered secret knowledge that led her to form the Society of Medea. I based Rachel on the idea of a dogmatic personality promoting her doctrine of occult power for women.
EPIC Award Nominee William Wilde writes Suspense and Horror fiction. He also writes the Blog Murder Beach Mystery Reviews at billsmedia. blogspot.com.
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