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The Cunning Man

The Cunning Man During an innocent day trip with the WI to Bindon a small fishing village on the Dorset coast Queenie and Sybil the psychic sisters are troubled by the underlying atmosphere of fear and secrecy Thei

  • Title: The Cunning Man
  • Author: Elizabeth Andrews
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • During an innocent day trip with the WI to Bindon, a small fishing village on the Dorset coast Queenie and Sybil, the psychic sisters are troubled by the underlying atmosphere of fear and secrecy Their curiosity is further piqued when Queenie notices fresh witch marks carved into every door lintel in the village and when they encounter the ghost of a child in the churchyaDuring an innocent day trip with the WI to Bindon, a small fishing village on the Dorset coast Queenie and Sybil, the psychic sisters are troubled by the underlying atmosphere of fear and secrecy Their curiosity is further piqued when Queenie notices fresh witch marks carved into every door lintel in the village and when they encounter the ghost of a child in the churchyard they realise they have to investigate further This is the second in the series, The Lavender Witch being the first.

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      Published :2019-07-06T03:50:33+00:00

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    1. Easy read but intriguing I enjoyed the light hearted ways of the sisters and the suspense of the plot. A light hearted tale but one that has a few good turns. I enjoyed this a lot. I have also enjoyed two other books by this arthur. The Lavender Witch and the Haunting of Thores Cross. Both excellent reads.


    2. I'm really not born to review books but I loved this - it followed on from The Lavender Witch and was right up my street. I really recommend Elizabeth to anyone with pagan leanings or who likes ghosts and history.


    3. A worthy sequelLove a mystery where the main characters are feisty elderly women! The occult is dealt with carefully and with respect and the story holds just enough curves and twists to make it an enjoyable read.


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