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HerEthics Books Releases 'The Ladies of New Salem' by Angel Cox

HerEthics Books Releases 'The Ladies of New Salem' by Angel Cox

HerEthics Books Independent eBook Publisher is proud to announce the new release of historic fiction based in New Orleans.

About the Book
Maurie Laveau is a woman that has been shrouded in mystery for two centuries. Her life as the most famous Voodoo princess is one that will live on forever. The Ladies of New Salem intertwines fact with fiction to tell a story of ghosts, Voodoo, witches, and the most fantastic city in all of North America, New Orleans. Her spirit can still be felt today in the shadows of the streets and in her resting place in Saint Louis Cemetery #1.

The book was released as EBook with many original colored pictures and as a beautifully handcrafted paperback.

A customer from Amazon: "Several beautiful photos and illustrations ensure that not only is this a first class story, but a history lesson too. I expect to hear more from this truly talented writer."

About the Author
Angel Cos is a Texas-based author, releasing already her second book.

"My love for the city of New Orleans and my passion for finding the supernatural, made writing 'The ladies of New Salem' one of the most amazing experience I've ever had," she said.

The divergence of race, culture, and religion makes from New Orleans a melting pot for the rich heritage that is found there. It's known for its music, food, and the dark magic that can be found in voodoo and hex stores throughout the French Quarter.

In New Orleans is already planned her first "Signing of the book "- in the August, Angel Cox will be present in one of the 'Pirates Alley" of New Orleans (exact date will be announced in next PR) to meet her fans personally. Support your local author and get her signature.

"The Ladies of New Salem" (64 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1499507287) is available as paperback and Kindle Edition on Amazon.


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