Liz Danforth's Reviews > The Last Witch of Langenburg: Murder in a German Village

The Last Witch of Langenburg by Thomas Robisheaux
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Nov 23, 2011

bookshelves: to-read, partly-read

Fascinating view of life (and death) at the end of the witch craze that was so devastatingly pervasive in the 1600s. Small scale but dedicated (early) forensic efforts and a keen investigation of society both like and unlike today's world.

I would like to finish the book sometime -- it was interesting -- but there were too many other more compelling things on my TBR pile, and not nearly enough time to read. Definitely something I want to keep on my radar though (and thus, my comments here where it'll stay visible.)

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