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ELSPETH! 5 Star Review!


Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2019

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Excellent read! The author keeps you turning the pages - I wish it had been longer! A good read for all ages.

Early 18th century, Loth, Scotland. A time fraught with fear, as witch trials subdued for years return.

In Elspeth's community, women were often the target of these accusations. Now twelve, Elspeth learns that she is a witch - like her mother - and with it comes a life that will bring them great loss.

Journeying to the Highlands, they follow an omen through a path of dark visions and danger. Soon, Elspeth will need to prove her worth in battles both internal and external.

But in a world dictated by fear, can she win the biggest conflict she has ever faced, and take back what she thought was lost forever?  EBOOK  PAPERBACK    LARGE PRINT   POCKET BOOK   TRADE EDITION PAPERBACK    CLEAR PRINT


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