The Jenkins of Baltimore

Baltimore's early history played out as an American saga!

One of the few literary glimpses into life in early Baltimore. The Jenkins family, their business ambitions and political perspectives come to life in this well-researched debut novel.

Losses, loves, and loyalties play on the reader’s imagination as readers are taken from development of the B&O Railroad through the Civil War. More

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About Emily Hill

GENRE: Supernatural

Emily Hill is an author of many supernatural titles and the owner of A.V. Harrison Publishing of Edmonds, Washington.
Her first novel, 'Jenkins: Confederate Blockade Runner' [paperback] was published October 2010.

Known as 'The Ghost Chaser’s Daughter', Ms. Hill was brought up surrounded by her mother’s Ouija board sessions, flickering candles, and Tarot cards. Emily spent her youth in New Orleans frequenting palmistry parlors and has always had an intense awareness and respect for all that exists on the Other Side of the Grave.

Emily’s first ghost sighting occurred with she was seven years old. Being alone in her house, after her parents left for work, and as the apparition of her deceased grandfather roamed the house, made Emily forever aware of things that cannot be explained away in mainstream religious dogma, or on scientific terms.

"Ghosts of White Raven Estate" is this author's recently completed second novel. This NaNoWriMo 2012 winner reveals a more sinister side of New Orleans' history -- its Voodoo history!

With Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau ("Widow Paris") as her protagonist -- triangulated between an innocent ingenue and a less-than-innocent priest -- Ms. Hill weaves a wicked story of revenge with the revelry of Mardi Gras 1853 as the back drop. Spoiler alert: In the end Someone dies -- will it be The Priest, or The Voodoo Queen?

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