It's still very good .
Here are my suggestions:
After one noble in her village is hanged for the crime of witchcraft, Mable is in more danger than ever before. (Wouldn't is be better to write: "After one witch in her village is hanged, Mable is in more danger than ever before"? Otherwise it sounds like Mable is also a noble, and nobles are hanged though they're not witches. It's not what you try to say.)
Mable often ventures into the nearby kingdom to help fellow healers escape to the village she calls home. Hidden on lands deemed cursed, this village has been a sanctuary to persecuted healers like Mable for over a century. (I think this sentence shouldn't be here. the next paragraph is the natural continue of the hook, and the information in this sentence is not intersting here, and better be put later.)
In the aftermath of the noble’s execution, multiple villagers are killed by emboldened purists. Mable, and others, start to fear these purists will discover their best-kept secret: healers have mostly lost the powerful magic that once protected them and earned them the label of “witches.” It would only take a small army to wipe them out entirely.
The village leaders warn Mable not to approach anyone in the kingdom for protection; some even advise her to stop her travels into the nearby kingdom, to help fellow healers escape, altogether. But after a strange encounter earns her an influential friend, she feels inspired to seek out help. A couple powerful, highborn allies would be enough to keep her village, a sanctuary to persecuted healers, safe. Somehow Mable will have to find them without revealing her identity to the wrong person and getting killed, or worse - leading her enemies to the place they want to destroy.
THE OUTSKIRTS OF FERNWOOD is a 113,000 word standalone fantasy novel with series potential.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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