Today, we’re pleased to present an excerpt from Leah Angstman’s novel Out Front the Following Sea, due out in January on Regal House Publishing. Set in 1689, it follows a woman accused of witchcraft who flees her home in search of safety, and instead ventures into a much larger conflict. Regarding the novel, Steph Post said, “Leah Angstman creates an immersive world for readers to get lost in and a fascinating story to propel them through it.”
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