Woman of Kali Scratchboard book cover illustration - 2/2/2019 Revised 4/14/2019

Materials used: 6x6 inch Black-coated Ampersand board and scratching tools.

This is book #005 of 160 paperback novels being transcribed by the The Gardner Francis Fox Library.

This is a historical romance novel that takes place during the American Revolutionary War. You can purchase a copy from The Gardner Francis Fox Library.

Here's the first bit and a link to chapter one of Woman of Kali.

THE KASHMIRI GIRL lay on the little reed cot with a knife thrust into her ribs.

Captain Timothy Pritchard came through the open doorway of her small mud hut. At sight of him she lifted herself on an elbow. Her brown hand touched the haft of the dagger and fell away limply.

The blood ran cold in Pritchard.

Her red mouth opened and closed as it gasped frantically for the hot humid air of this summer night of India. The golden hoops of her earrings clanged faintly as she swung her head convulsively against the death that was coming for her.

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