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Elspeth, burnt at the stake in seventeenth-century Somerset, tumbles to the twenty-first. Her family seek to bring her safely home. But the witch-finder, spying on their unholy hovel, witnesses her survival, and he will not suffer a witch to live. One will die. Their soul cast down. It is his solemn vow.
A looking glass is a spy-hole between the centuries. Pye, the familiar
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ebook, 290 pages
Published March 20th 2015 by FL
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M.K.
Apr 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
“Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.”

5 stars
“delightful… engrossing… great fun…”

I love writing one word blurbs for a really good book, and Monstrous Witches by Ursley Kempe qualifies. There’s plenty here to like in this short novel about wiccans and more than one pythoness.

Sadly, witches of the modern era have given up their cauldrons, eyes of newt and broomsticks—all the tools of the trade that made them so lovable. Witches of the distant past (and I’m not talking
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“The colour grey is an unemotional colour, neutral, on the fence and neither here, nor there. Tis why old people’s hair turns grey . . . betwixt life and death.” 5 likes
“Satan seemed to wink at her. She supposed he would know her soul. She couldn’t remember selling it, least she wasn’t rich, but perhaps it wasn’t worth much.” 1 likes
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