Life in 1538 Dinfoil, Germany is not easy, especially for a woman. A woman who has secrets and who just happens to be in a loveless marriage with the sherif.
Will she hold on to these secrets, even with a double murder hanging over the town like a dark cloud and the village priest calling for an Inquisitor to help? Many times the ones who are called upon to help are the ones who bring destruction. And the ones who doubt are the ones who find the answers.
What will happen in this town? What will win?
Ginger’s writing is intriguing and captivating. She brings to life the hold that the religious elite had over those who were less educated than they. Spiritual abuse ran rampant over those who were not members of the clergy and over those who happened to be female.
“Focusing on ancient women’s history, Ginger creates novels and nonfiction resources that explore the lives of historical women. A frequent media guest and television host, Ginger has been interviewed by Fox News, Billy Graham’s The Hour of Decision, The Harvest Show, 104.7 The Fish Atlanta, and many other outlets.” 1
This book was received free of charge for the purpose of writing this review.