Über den Autor
Jeff Lovell, a native Chicagoan, holds an earned doctorate from Vanderbilt University along with 3 degrees from the University of Illinois. Jeff taught high school writing and literature for thirty-three years and ran the drama program at two high schools, teaching and directing and designing sets, lighting and costumes. Besides teaching all levels of writing classes, his career focused on Shakespeare and British Literature as well as Speech. When he retired from education, Jeff served as a theatre and film critic for a television station and appeared frequently to review theatre and literature. He also has worked for several years as a literary agent.
An ancient secret emerges to terrify and destroy.rnrnThree people join together to destroy the cult that possesses the secret.rnrnrnrnGrace DeRosa, a gifted research chemist, finds a hidden spring in the woods near Salem, Massachusetts. She discovers that the consumed water imparts unique and fearful powers that lead to the ability to read minds, create terrifying mental pictures, and force the user's will on others. Grace, her husband, and their seventeen year old daughter Crissy find they have frightening new powers that allow them to hear people's thoughts, give them visions and change behaviors.rnrnrnrnThe powers affect each person differently. Crissy's father turns against his wife and daughter and tries to kill Crissy to protect the secret. Clay Foster, a former Navy Seal, saves Crissy from drowning in Lake Michigan's icy waters where her father has pushed her. Clay and his friend Sharon take Crissy into protection. After several fights with the Coven, they escape to Bermuda, where the Coven again attacks them. Along with Crissy's mother, they return to Salem for the final confrontation with the The Coven of the Spring.rnrnrnrnThe Coven of the Spring is a grand prize winner of the "Books Without Publishers" writing contest.rnrnrnrnrnAuthor Jeff Lovell is a native Chicagoan, with three degrees from the University of Illinois and an earned doctorate from Vanderbilt University. Jeff taught high school writing and literature for thirty three years and sponsored the school paper, Student Council and several other activities. He ran the drama program at two high schools, teaching and directing and designing sets, lighting and costumes. His specialties in his career included Shakespeare, British Literature, and Writing as well as Computer Science. Since he retired from education, Jeff has served as a theatre and film critic for a television station and appears frequently to review theatre and literature.