The Trial of John Goode
A werewolf's hunger A witch's Plot The Trial of John Goode "This is indeed one of the true tragedies of lycanthropy, that the subject of such evil pacts and nefarious deeds is ignorant of his place in the plot that besieges this humble hamlet." - Aleister Creed, Witchfinder The Trial of John Goode is a tale of horror, witchcraft and lycanthropy set in an age of severity, superstition, and starvation. The town of Ormswell is inhabited by three witches, one of whom who has conjured a monster to destroy her rivals in an effort to secure her place at the devil's side. A troubled constable struggles to regain order amidst occult forces he cannot control or comprehend. Panic spreads amongst the peasantry as the demagogues of state, medicine, and religion fail. Infernal forces lurk in the shadows as the werewolf's insatiable hunger threatens to consume them all. While the farmer, John Goode, faces the flames of fanatical justice, a once prosperous and peaceful town collapses in an orgy of fear, hatred and evil.
- Paperback | 202 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.95mm | 362.87g
- 07 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Thome Ward
Thome Ward is a lifelong student of history, cryptozoology, and the occult. He is a Freemason and former Tyler of his lodge. Thome currently resides in Lithia, FL.