Monthly Archives: May 2015

Whisky and witchhunts – another instance of social control

  I’ve just read The Atlantic’s article about a history book called Whiskey Women (2013). Author Fred Minnick uncovered the economic and social control of women in relation to alcohol making and how women who stood up to that might be accused of witchcraft. I’ve just written a psychological  thriller about witchcraft accusations in England in 1635. […]