1 edition of The Scottish witch found in the catalog.
In order to free his family from the powerful curse of a Scottish witch, Harry Chattan returns to Scotland, where he seeks the aid of Portia Maclean, who is pretending to be a witch to protect her own family.
Includes excerpt from The devil"s heart.
|Series||The Chattan curse, Avon historical romance, Avon romance|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.A8996 S36 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||372 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||372|
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The Scottish Witch is a powerful story of courage, love, fate, and devotion that will delight fans of Christina Dodd and Jennifer Ashley, featuring the sort of sexy, fearless, enormously appealing and unforgettable hero that RITA Award finalist Maxwell is known and loved › Books › Romance › Historical.
THE SCOTTISH WITCH by Cathy Maxwell is an intriguing and interesting historical romance with paranormal elements. Book #2 of The Chattan Curse,See Lyons Bride. While, A Scottish Witch can be read as a stand alone, I would suggest reading Book 1 first, to get the just of the curse and why the three siblings are on a guest to find the witch who Scottish Witch Biographical information Died ; Glasgow, Scotland Physical description Species Witch Gender Female Magical characteristics Active powers Cloning Basic powers Spell CastingPotion MakingScryingMediumship The Scottish Witch had the power of Cloning.
She was hunted by the warlock Eames in Glasgow, Scotland inand her power was claimed. Nothing else is A collection of The Scottish witch book on Scottish witchcraft and witch-hunting, which covers the whole period of the Scottish witch-hunt, from the mid-sixteenth century to the early eighteenth.
Includes studies of particular witchcraft panics such as a reassessment of the role of King James VI. Covers a wide range of topics concerned with Scottish witch-hunting and places it in the context of other topics ?id=W50K_7HmZNIC. Buy A Source-Book of Scottish Witchcraft by Larner, Christina, Christopher Hyde Lee, Hugh V.
McLachlan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book › Religion & Spirituality › New Age › Earth-Based Religions. The pages of a year-old book used to record the names of those accused of witchcraft in Scotland have been published Names of Witches in Scotland, collection, was drawn up during a time when the persecution of supposed witches was book also lists the towns where the accused lived and notes of is believed many were healers, practicing traditional folk This book is a collection of essays on Scottish witchcraft and witch-hunting, which covers the whole period of the Scottish witch-hunt, from the midth century to the early 18th.
It particularly emphasizes the later stages, since scholars are now as keen to explain why witch-hunting declined as why it occurred. There are studies of particular witchcraft panics, including a reassessment of ?id=r0x-AAAAMAAJ. Lauren Brown looks back at the long summer of when Scotland was swept by witch-finding fever.
Between March and OctoberScotland was gripped by witchcraft hysteria. Around people were tried for witchcraft and are believed to have been executed. The number of people accused was double that of those unfortunates who were accused during the infamous Salem witch Bringing together twelve studies, this book provides an overview of the key issues of on-going interest in the study of Scottish witchcraft.
The authors tackle various aspects of the question of witches; considering how people came to be considered 'witches', with new insights into the centrality of neighbourhood quarrels and misfortune; and delving into folk belief and Visit Scottish Book Trust on Facebook.
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