Turkey Creek by W.S. Hendrichovsky is available from Seacoast Press and recently became an Amazon Best Seller. The title’s ebook reached #3 on the Wicca & Witchcraft Amazon Best Seller list and #8 on the Witchcraft Religion & Spirituality list. The book ranked #3,004 overall in the Kindle Store.
To date, Turkey Creek has also accumulated 21 Amazon reviews, with an overall rating of 4.9 stars. The book even attracted a 5-star review from Grady Harp, Hall of Fame Top 50 Reviewer from Amazon. The glowing review states: “New author W.S. Hendrichovsky makes an impressive literary debut with TURKEY CREEK. While there is no biographical information on this author the quality of the book speaks volumes … Remnants of the past – the history of slavery its manifestations – is even more pertinent given the current BLM protests. Not only is this a thriller of a story, well written and fast paced, but it is also a reminder of how little we know about the abuse of African Americans bound in slavery. Worth of wide attention – and discussion!”
From the back cover:
From the coast of Africa to the homestead of Skuna Valley Mississippi comes a twisted tale of hoodoo magic, slavery, torture, and murder. On the banks of Turkey Creek, a hoodoo magic curse is cast to avenge the mistreatment of innocent slaves. Plantation owner Cassius Lue Shannon's years of horrifying culture towards slaves bring down a living hell upon his family.
Almost 160 years later Henry and Sharron Matoske build their dream house just off Turkey Creek not knowing the dark secrets haunting the once proud plantation land. Ignoring strange smells and dark shadows around their house they begin looking for help once they find out their young teen Tyler is experiencing strange visits from an unknown entity. With the help of the church and a Voodoo Queen the Matoske's try to end the hoodoo curse disrupting their life.
About the author:
William Shea (W.S.) Hendrichovsky lives in Memphis, TN and works at a local heavy truck dealership. He attended Bishop Byrne High School in Whitehaven community. Hendrichovsky studied at Northwest Community College and The University of North Alabama focusing on P.E. and History. He now enjoys writing along with supporting his two kids in various althetic events.
About Seacoast Press:
Seacoast Press is an award-winning book publisher located in Portsmouth, NH.
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