The book is, Seven Sister's Spellbook by Maude.
Don't waste your money on this crap. This book was not written by any member of the Seven Sisters of New Orleans. Instead, it was written as an advertisement for Seven Sisters of New Orleans spiritual products. All of the spells included require the reader to purchase 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. Believe it or not, in the introduction it states that if you "do bad" that it will come back on you x10! I kid you not! Additionally, many of the spells do not make sense and require items one would not normally use. For example, under "Purification Spell" it recommends using Do As I Say oil. Elsewhere it recommends using Dove's Blood ink in a spell involving an enemy. At the back of the book is listed all of the Seven Sisters of New Orleans oils and their uses. For some reason the title is "Psychic Oils." This is followed with "Candle Blessing oils", a relatively new Indio/Wisdom product that is different from the regular Seven Sisters of New Orleans oils, bath crystals, floor washes, incense powders, and assorted Seven Sisters of New Orleans products.
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 the highest, I give this a 1. I think that instead of writing this fake book that Indio/Wisdom should have just released a book that was similar to Anna Riva's, "Golden Secrets of Mystic Oils", that is, an alphabetical listing of the Seven Sisters of New Orleans spiritual products and what they are used for. That would have been a better book by far.