Quicksilver Paperback – 21 Apr 2010
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“Christie Dickason has crafted an excellent historical novel with a perfect blend of romance and suspense…”
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“A rich, lyrical, exciting story”
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From the Back Cover
When Ned Malise fears he is turning into a wolf, he must go on the run to escape his pursuers and seek a ‘cure’. Set in the seventeenth century when werewolves were tried and hanged like witches, 'Quicksilver' is an exciting and richly evocative novel.
Is there such a thing as a werewolf? 'Quicksilver' is no horror story, but in its fabulously vivid recreation of 17th Century England and Holland, it portrays a young man suffering from lycanthropy – when a man believes himself to be a wolf. This was a time when medical science was undergoing vast changes and the discovery of the New World was yielding up all sorts of new plants and drugs, and Christie Dickason weaves a pulsating story of intrigue, adventure and romance around this extraordinary set of circumstances.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. See all Product Description