Speaks the Nightbird by Robert R. McCammon
This is historical fiction and the first book in the Matthew Corbett series.
Published October 8th 2013 by Open Road Media (first published September 1st 2002).
Description from Goodreads:
Came the time when the two travellers knew night would catch them, and shelter must be found.
God and Satan are at war in the colonial Carolina town of Fount Royal, and even the citizens suspect that a witch is behind the tragedies that have plagued the town. The chief suspect is the beautiful and haunted widow Rachel. Traveling judge Isaac Woodward and his bright young clerk Matthew Corbett arrive to conduct a trial–and uncover the true evil at work in Fount Royal.
Kindle Edition, 816 pages
Published October 8th 2013 by Open Road Media (first published September 1st 2002)
original title: Speaks the Nightbird
Edition language: English
Series: Matthew Corbett #1
Highly rated on Goodreads with 4.13 of 5 stars 4.13 · rating details · 2,695 ratings · 329 reviews
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I am so excited to see some of the great originals being republished as digital editions. Great post, Julian. I thank you:)
It is good to see this happening. It exposes more people to good books, in a digital format, that many may prefer to read in.
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And I love you too, so very much.
I just told Ionia how much I love to see established authors go digital. While nothing will ever replace the feel of a print in hand book, there is something about digital that just screams “Future” to me.
I couldn’t agree more. For me the feel of a physical book is irreplaceable, however digital works certainly have their place. ebooks are often very convenient, and if they help encourage reading in those that wouldn’t buy a physical book then so much the better. I think it is all about providing options and choice.
I know my husband reads MORE digital books than he does physical. Most of his physical books are those that people have given or loaned him (or old ones that i had already), but he buys at least two digital books each week.