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Author : John Schoffstall
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-10-22
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 161873167X
File Size : 34,8 Mb
Total Download : 822


Book Summary: Kind-hearted Lizbet and witch girl Strix embark upon a perilous quest where even the fate of Heaven is at stake.

Seven-Year Witch

Author : Angela M. Sanders
Publisher : Kensington Cozies
Release : 2021-08-24
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781496728777
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Total Download : 193


Book Summary: Finding your feet in a new job isn’t always easy. That goes double for Josie Way, who’s settling in as Wilfred, Oregon’s, new librarian—and has just discovered she’s a witch. But will her fledgling powers be enough to save her from a spell of murder? While Josie develops her witchcraft with the help of letters left by her grandmother, there are other changes happening in her new hometown. A retreat center is being built at the old mill site, and rumor has it that the location is cursed. That piques Josie’s interest almost as much as Sam Wilfred, handsome FBI agent and descendant of the town’s founder . . . When Sam’s soon-to-be ex-wife, Fiona, goes missing at the same time that a bloodied weapon is found, Josie enlists her witchy insight, and her cat familiar, to clear Sam’s name. But then the mill project’s architect is found dead, and it’s clear that someone has been drawing up a vicious plan. Now Josie will have to divine her way out of fatal mischief, before this deadly trouble turns double . . . Praise for Angela M. Sanders’ Bait and Witch “Balances paranormal whimsy and small-town charm . . . it’s a delight to read about someone whose powers derive in part from stories and the feelings that readers attach to them. This is a fine debut that promises more bookish fun to come.” —BookPage

Murder's a Witch

Author : Danielle Garrett
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2017-09-14
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 1976021537
File Size : 21,8 Mb
Total Download : 314


Book Summary: Holly Boldt has a secret.Well, technically, she has lots of them. After a scandal uproots her entire life, she is forced to relocate to a halfway house for displaced paranormals. It's her last shot for a fresh start. But keeping secrets isn't easy in a town that goes through gossip faster than tissue paper, even for a powerful witch.When a grisly murder rocks the small town of Beechwood Harbor, Holly finds herself unwillingly entangled in the investigation. With everyone watching, Holly must solve the case before she's forced to abandon her new-found home. But with a paranormal investigator tailing her every move, a civil war brewing between her vampire and shifter roommates, and her ghostly landlord on the edge of a breakdown, she can barely think in complete sentences. How is she supposed to track down a murderer?Holly has to make it work, or risk losing everything ... again.***Murder's a Witch is the first book in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries series. A series of spunky paranormal cozy mysteries that are perfect for fans of Amanda M. Lee, Kristen Painter, and Angie Fox.Come join the fun in Beechwood Harbor, the little town where witches, shifters, ghosts, and vamps all live, work, play-and mostly-get along!

A Witch's Concern

Author : N. E. Conneely
Publisher : N. E. Conneely
Release : 2023-06-05
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 8210379456XXX
File Size : 48,9 Mb
Total Download : 500


Book Summary: Michelle has been figuring out what her life is like now that the demon has been killed, and Sylvia and Varro are dead. Even the clans of witches trying to attract her to their way of life have backed off and given her a chance to grieve. Her relationship with Elron is stronger than ever, but there are things left unsaid. On the way to her parents’ wedding, the delicate calm she’d been living in is broken. Witches are out for her blood, her family is caught in the crossfire, and friendships are threatened. Work doesn’t let up either, and she partners up with Elron to deal with magic gone wild. Michelle finds that her problems are larger than one clan of witches, and is forced to choose between the people she holds dear and the way of life she loves.

I Am A Witch; I Choose Paganism

Author : Dr. Isis Day
Publisher : Isis Day Publishers
Release : 2021-05-30
Category : Religion
ISBN : 8210379456XXX
File Size : 11,9 Mb
Total Download : 303


Book Summary: Finally, a book about Witches, Pagans, Magic and Witchcraft you can gladly recommend or give to inquiring folks as a gift. ATTENTION !!! - A few lines, paragraphs or pages in this book may be somewhat strong or explicit, therefore Parental Guidance (PG) is suggested. "I'm tempted to say this is the best book by Dr. Isis Day - but not really, because each one of her books has something special and unique about it. However, I'd say that if you've not read any of her books before, this would be the best and first one to start with, then you can go read the others. 'I Am A Witch - I Choose Paganism,' is a very wonderful book worth reading over and over by both Pagans and non-Pagans, whether you're a Witch or not." --- Marie Guillaumes (Editor). "This book -- 'I Am A Witch - I Choose Paganism,' by Dr. Isis Day -- is the long-awaited book that sheds extra light on Paganism and Witchcraft. Every Pagan and every true student of occult wisdom should read this book asap, and everyone sincerely inquiring about Pagans, Witches, Magic and Witchcraft should also read it right away, and share it with friends too, and let the truth speak for itself. Blessed be!" --- The Illuminatista. Adapted from the book -- 'I Am A Witch - I Choose Paganism,' by Dr. Isis Day - Merry meet! Yep, the Witch is back, with more oomph to keep you witchy and pagan, while helping inquirers and seekers know a few things about us... People have formed all sorts of ill notions about Witches, Witchcraft, Magic and Pagans, and act on such preconceptions accordingly. So-called experts claim to know everything about Witches, when all they have is the backwater, storybook, movie, flea-market and superstitious distortions of the true definition of Witches and Pagans. But then, again, Witches, true and real Witches, are everywhere, in plain sight, yet invisible to the un-initiated... and with Paganism considered one of the fastest growing religions of today, the number will surely be forever on the increase. Hooray! People are finally seeing the light! Misinforming the public about Witches and Pagans has since been a strong, silent and invisible fist that some religions and individuals have used successfully to control, push out and pull in who they want, when and where and how they want it. Promise to protect people from Witches and they'll be yours to keep and sway as you please forever. A lot of the materials out there on Pagans and Witches are put out by non-Pagans who for the most part are anti-Pagans. So inquirers are actually more exposed to the wrong information -- data that has been primarily designed to malign Pagans, Witches, Wizards, Magic and Witchcraft - data whose ultimate purpose is to paint Pagans evil. Once in a while people ask me questions about Witches, Pagans, Magic and Witchcraft, and this book is very much in response to such questions.

The European Witch-Hunt

Author : Julian Goodare
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2016-05-12
Category : History
ISBN : 9781317198314
File Size : 39,8 Mb
Total Download : 280


Book Summary: The European Witch-Hunt seeks to explain why thousands of people, mostly lower-class women, were deliberately tortured and killed in the name of religion and morality during three centuries of intermittent witch-hunting throughout Europe and North America. Combining perspectives from history, sociology, psychology and other disciplines, this book provides a comprehensive account of witch-hunting in early modern Europe. Julian Goodare sets out an original interpretation of witch-hunting as an episode of ideologically-driven persecution by the ‘godly state’ in the era of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. Full weight is also given to the context of village social relationships, and there is a detailed analysis of gender issues. Witch-hunting was a legal operation, and the courts’ rationale for interrogation under torture is explained. Panicking local elites, rather than central governments, were at the forefront of witch-hunting. Further chapters explore folk beliefs about legendary witches, and intellectuals’ beliefs about a secret conspiracy of witches in league with the Devil. Witch-hunting eventually declined when the ideological pressure to combat the Devil’s allies slackened. A final chapter sets witch-hunting in the context of other episodes of modern persecution. This book is the ideal resource for students exploring the history of witch-hunting. Its level of detail and use of social theory also make it important for scholars and researchers.

The Problem With Witches

Author : Tania Hutley,Trudi Jaye
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-09-11
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0995129347
File Size : 27,8 Mb
Total Download : 478


Book Summary: The second book in this fast-paced urban fantasy series.

European Witch Trials (RLE Witchcraft)

Author : Richard Kieckhefer
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2012-04-27
Category : History
ISBN : 9781136807596
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Total Download : 575


Book Summary: In popular tradition witches were either practitioners of magic or people who were objectionable in some way, but for early European courts witches were heretics and worshippers of the Devil. This study concentrates on the period between 1300 and 1500 when ideas about witchcraft were being formed and witch-hunting was gathering momentum. It is concerned with distinguishing between the popular and learned ideas of witchcraft. The author has developed his own methodology for distinguishing popular from learned concepts, which provides adequate substantiation for the acceptance of some documents and the rejection of others. This distinction is followed by an analysis of the contents of folk tradition regarding witchcraft, the most basic feature of which is its emphasis on sorcery, including bodily harm, love magic, and weather magic, rather than diabolism. The author then shows how and why learned traditions became superimposed on popular notions – how people taken to court for sorcery were eventually convicted on the further charge of devil worship. The book ends with a description of the social context of witch accusations and witch trials.