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Child Of The Mist by Kathleen  Morgan
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May 16, 2012

really liked it

This is a well-written piece of Historical Fiction, taking place towards the end of the 16th century in Scotland. As might be expected for that time frame, superstition is as common as gossip, and when you put the two of them together somebody is bound to be accused of witchcraft. They took a dim view of witches back then, and a simple accusation was as good as a conviction, as far as most people were concerned. But the story holds your interest, the characters were well established, and most of them you will either like or hate. A good read for fans of Historical Fiction, and I recommend it as such.

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