In the small quiet North Carolinian town of Newfield, strange things are beginning to happen, on the heels of a new arrival. A young woman with a puzzling past and a scandalous habit of constantly wearing wigs and long sleeves shirts despite the heat, soon has every one wondering what she is trying to hide? Trying desperately just to stage a fresh start in this small North Carolina town she eventually lands a promising job at a local bank branch. Things are starting to look up. But when more and more people begin suffering impossible demises, as a Supernatural phenomenon is starting to spread through town. The people are falling gradually into complete panic as this force disrupts their little town. While they have no idea as to what is happening, they are relentless in who to blame for their great misfortune. Befriended only by a fellow bank employee, she finds herself dragged into a spiral of chaos of literal Biblical proportions as the truth of the phenomenon that is “The Pruning” unfolds. Before it is over, the entire town--the entire world--will be familiar with the phenomenon.
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You should never judge a book by its cover. As well, you should never judge a writer by his bio. With that being said, Steven Spellman is writer for readers who enjoy stories of lust, of deception, stories of redemption, of love and stories of horrors. Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Steven Spellman has been a drug dealer, a prisoner, an armed felon, a college student, a father, a husband, a sinner, a saint. Like everyone else Steven Spellman has worn many hats, but never any so well fitted as a writer. His ongoing struggle with life is a personification of the fact that You Should Never Judge a Book by its Cover; you may miss the whole story.
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