A unique Salem 1692 witchcraft storyWas Tituba a forerunner of modern women defying patriarchy? An historically inspired story about the first woman accused of witchcraft in colonial Salem
A Promise and a HopeEnslaved Tituba has been faithful to a promise to her dying mama in Africa. A Mother's AgonyWhen Tituba's only son dies trying to escape slavery, her life changes forever. Witches Tear into SalemThe villagers see witches and demons sent by the Devil everywhere but they are wrong. It is Tituba-conjuring spectral images that spark the infamous witch hunts of 1692.A Woman's DilemmaAs neighbors accuse neighbors of witchcraft, hysterical trials follow, Tituba gloats in her power. But when hangings begin, her conscience arises. Can she confront her secret crime?
About the Author Tamanini, Dave: - I grew up in lots of places as a part of a military family. And after graduating from the University of Maryland with a B.A., I landed a job as a civil rights investigator of race and gender discrimination. That work in the legal field led me to the University of Detroit Law School and then private law practice for thirty years. During my work as a lawyer, I got to help clients from all walks of life and I learned a lot about human strength, frailty... and hypocrisy.