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Val Muller, author of "The Scarred Letter"
“Treagus depicts another time and place with his characterization of Salem in the 1600s. The subject matter makes 'To Suffer a Witch' unique, as the language and actions of the people cast in the story are as though you are a witness to those days. Treagus provides many insights into how people lived in that time as his main character, Jacob Blackthorne, reveals how his depravity caused him to fall into the clutches of a witch and become cursed forever. His journey to regain his soul delves into the dark and sordid world of witchcraft, yet justice is served to reaffirm the perception of good surpassing evil.”
---The Quill Review
Victoria Taylor Murray, author of "Thief of Hearts"
Brian Keene, author of "The Rising," "City of the Dead," and "The Conqueror Worms"
Ken Kupstis, author of "Clownwhite" and "Voodoo Highway."
"When Cairo, Egypt is rocked by a monster earthquake, the city is torn asunder... something awakens... and legions of the dead may soon follow if it isn't stopped. In a classic yet very modern update of the mummy legend, this tale of vengeance and evil takes place in 1992, putting an entirely new spin on things. You'll enjoy this fun and fast-paced novel."
Jeanne Cocteau, Creature Feature
"Christopher Treagus effortlessly conjures the horror of ancient legends straight into our modern world. THE HUNTING SORROW is a vast adventure brimming with terror, pursuit and revenge. A pretty imposing stack of prose, but inside is a vast adventure of horror, suspense and vengeance ranging from Egypt to America. … (Treagus) has got a great talent for historical horror fiction, able to drag the reader through time and space so that one feels like they're actually there."
K.K., author of "Clownwhite" and "Inhuman Resources"
If you are a lover of mummy and curse tales, then this is the book for you. Treagus has created a unique story using a grotesque mummy and a horrifying curse that starts on page one and doesn't stop even after you close the book. Treagus totally captured me with his story. He took an old tale, rewrapped it completely and brought the story of the "Mummy" to a new level.
Danielle Naibert, The Book Reviewer Site
Catherine Russell, author of "The Stage" and "Exit Stage Left"
Garrett Peck, Cemetery Dance