The Birth of Gossip by Pamela Mann

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Religious unrest reigns in 16th century England.

Expert midwife, Margory, has lost no babies or mothers in childbirth so gossip accuses her of witchcraft.

Even she isn’t sure whether she has special powers.

All Margory wants is a man to love who loves her and children of her own.

And that’s what she intends to have, whatever the cost.

A TRUE to LIFE PERIOD NOVEL of a YOUNG WOMAN’S TRIUMPH OVER ADVERSITY
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About the Author

Pamela had her first article published when she was 15 and went on to gain a degree in English Literature. Since then, she has been an editor of corporate magazines as well as fiction books and a writer of articles, press releases, pamphlets, leaflets and websites. She also teaches English and creative writing and is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Scottish Association of Writers and Verulam Writers.

Pamela’s inspiration came from Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and her own passion for fairness.

Pamela is a reader at The British Library and The Wellcome Institute in London, England as well as using the expertise of The Royal College of Midwives. One of her primary sources of research has been the first book written by a midwife in 1671. She has read the books of many notable historians, in particular, Dr Ian Mortimer.

With thanks to Michael Terence Publishing www.mtp.agency

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