Chapter 5 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

Jane Harris has spent most of her life in Boston. So when she came to Netherfield, she liked to think of herself as more sophisticated than her classmates. And among the lessons she’s learned is that you should pick your fights carefully, always making sure you have the favorable ground. Because not even Boston sophistication will save you in every fight. As we find out in “Jane embattled,” chapter 5 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch.

Jane is not the Merchant Kalashnikov, but her battles are going to have equally mixed results (Illustration by Viktor Vasnetsov (1848 - 1926) for the poem "The Song of the Merchant Kalashnikov" by Mikhail Lermontov (1814 - 1841))

Jane is not the Merchant Kalashnikov, but her battles are going to have equally mixed results.
(Illustration by Viktor Vasnetsov (1848 – 1926) for the poem “The Song of the Merchant Kalashnikov” by Mikhail Lermontov (1814 – 1841))

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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