Raymond M. Hall is an author of paranormal fiction. His books often feature witchcraft and the association with the witchfinder general of Oliver Cromwell’s era, namely, Matthew Hopkins. Hopkins lived in the author’s home village of Mistley in Essex England, and practiced his witch finding between 1645 and 1647; recorded as having despatched some 300 accused witches, both male and female to their deaths by hanging.
On a more humorous note he also thrives on satirical humor and his book, “The Importance of Being Roger” is a popular read, especially in the U.K.
The trilogy of Digby Rolf Detective books also embraces the paranormal, and readers of crime books will find something a little different with Digby and his quest for the truth.
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