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When a local Village boy is poisoned, the quiet Village of Waltham Abbey point a finger at the Greene Witch-the evil spawn of Gunter Greene. Against the admonition of Daniel Goode, the Magistrate, a …

When a local Village boy is poisoned, the quiet Village of Waltham Abbey point a finger at the Greene Witch-the evil spawn of Gunter Greene. Against the admonition of Daniel Goode, the Magistrate, a lynch mob gathers at Waltham Abbey Church and go out to destroy the Greene Witch. The mob chases Anastasia deep into the heart of Epping Forest,stabbing her and her unborn child to death.Looking into their eyes with her emerald eyes, Anastasia places an evil curse on the Village-a curse so deadly that it wipes out half of Europe.

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  • 1. The Curse
    Of
    Anna Greene
    Mary Aris
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  • 2. 1278 Waltham Abbey, England
    ...a child has been kidnapped from under his mother’s care...mysteriously disappearing deep into the woods of Epping Forest without a trace.
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  • 3. A search party scavenged through the woods with shovels and hounds trying endlessly to find the missing child. They unearthed something sinister.....something so evil it made them physically sick.
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  • 4. 1279 Waltham Abbey
    Fifteen-year-old Mercedes Mead is savagely raped when in a trance- like state , she follows a voice so hypnotic that it draws her to her captor. She is found half naked, tied to a tree near the Village Square, delirious and with child.
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  • 5. Daniel Goode, the Magistrate, goes on a mission to solve the mystery behind the disappearance and death of Percy Smyth , his mother, Alison and Mercedes Mead’s rapist...but soon discovers that they aren’t merely dealing with a murderous rapist....they are also dealing with a psychopathic heretic and the supernatural.
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  • 6. Waltham Abbey
    Eighteen year old Anastasia Greene is chased through the Village by a lynch mob. “Thou shall not suffer a witch to live!” they shouted. Considered to be the Devil’s minion—The daughter of Günter Greene, she is accused of poisoning a young village boy.
    The girl runs through the woods like a Gazelle. Heavy with child she stumbles as the crowd draws near her and stabs her and her unborn child to death. ―”Ye shall all be sorry!” yelled Anna Greene as she looked on the villagers with her emerald eyes, her blood spilled on the ground mingling with that of her unborn child's. ―”I shall place a curse on ye all. Ye will all die in famine and pestilence, while I shall rise from the grave. Mark my words...ye will all die and my bloodline survive! “
    The man plunged the blade deep into the witch‘s heart repeatedly as he shouted, ―”Thou shall not suffer a witch to live!” before stabbing the girl and her unborn child. Before she dies the girl looks at the lynch mob with her emerald eyes and cursed the Village with a deathly curse...a curse so deadly that it wipes off half the population of Europe.
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  • 7. 1926, Waltham Abbey:
    Beatrice Brown, a theology student at Heythrop College, hopes to become a professor of theology one day. Her class is recently studying the historical case of the Greene Witch and the legend of the Curse of Anna Greene. When a new student walks into her class, Beatrice shares her text book with him and tells him all about the case of the Greene Witch. At the new student’s insistence, Beatrice shares a cup of tea with him. Soon Beatrice discovers that there is more to this new student than meets the eye......who is he and why does he pursue her?
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  • 8. 1298 Waltham Abbey
        When a local Village boy is poisoned, the quiet Village of Waltham point a finger at the Greene Witch—the evil spawn of Gunter Greene. Against the admonition of Daniel Goode, the Magistrate, a lynch mob gathers at Waltham Abbey Church and go out to destroy the Greene Witch.  The mob chases Anastasia deep into the heart of Epping Forest, stabbing her and her unborn child to death.  Looking into their eyes with her emerald eyes, Anastasia places an evil curse on the Village—a curse so deadly that it wipes out half of Europe.
    Told in flashback, the story spans several centuries— from the 13th to the 14th century up until the first half of the twentieth century. Fifteen-year-old Anastasia Ėmeraud Greene battles to discover her true identity. Growing up in Langon, France with her father, Günter Greene and Madeline Dupree—a woman whom her father kidnaps from the neighbouring village of Bordeaux to become his infant daughter’s wet nurse, young Anastasia feels isolated and demands to know who she really is. Who and where is her mother? Whom has she inherited her feisty personality and strange urges from? To her surprise, she discovers that she is the daughter of a powerful and sinister Warlock who is accused of kidnap, murder, rape and sodomy......not to mention sorcery both in France and England.
    Herfather is prosecuted by the Village’s most feared Magistrate, Daniel Goode—a respected pillar of the community who can recite the Vulgate backwards and stain even the purest of souls with one reproachful look of admonition. Günter Greene is sentenced to death by burning at the stake—a sentence so severe, it is reserved for only the most heinous of criminals and heretics. Fifteen- year-old Anastasia witnesses not only her father’s execution, but watches nearby as her twelve-year-old half-sister, Amethyst, is savagely beaten, raped and killed by a group vigilante.
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  • 9. The Curse
    Of
    Anna Greene
    Available on Amazon.com
    Amazon.co.uk
    ISBN 978-1446778401
    Publisher: Lulu
    ©2011 by Mary Aris
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