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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Testament of a Witch

    £8.99
    Set in 17th century Edinburgh, John MacKenzie investigates the murder of a woman accused of witchcraft but he must act quickly when the same accusations are made against the woman's daughter.
    ISBN: 9781913025281
    AuthorDouglas Watt
    Pub Date15/08/2019
    BindingPaperback
    Pages256
    Availability: In Stock

    I confess that I am a witch. I have sold myself body and soul unto Satan. My mother took me to the Blinkbonny Woods where we met other witches. I put
    a hand on the crown of my head and the other on the sole of my foot. I gave everything between unto him.



    Scotland, late seventeeth century. A young woman is accused of witchcraft. Tortured with pins and sleep deprivation, she is using all of her the Scottish witch-hunt began.

    Probably more than a thousand men and women were exectued for witchcraft before the frenzy died down.

    When Edinburgh-based Advocate John MacKenzie and his assistant Davie Scougall investigate the suspicious death of a woman denounced as a witch, they find themselves in a village overwhelmed by superstition, resentment and puritanical religion. In a time of spiritual, political and social upheaval, will reason allow MacKenzie to reveal the true evil lurking in the town, before the witch-hunt claims yet another victim?/

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    I confess that I am a witch. I have sold myself body and soul unto Satan. My mother took me to the Blinkbonny Woods where we met other witches. I put
    a hand on the crown of my head and the other on the sole of my foot. I gave everything between unto him.



    Scotland, late seventeeth century. A young woman is accused of witchcraft. Tortured with pins and sleep deprivation, she is using all of her the Scottish witch-hunt began.

    Probably more than a thousand men and women were exectued for witchcraft before the frenzy died down.

    When Edinburgh-based Advocate John MacKenzie and his assistant Davie Scougall investigate the suspicious death of a woman denounced as a witch, they find themselves in a village overwhelmed by superstition, resentment and puritanical religion. In a time of spiritual, political and social upheaval, will reason allow MacKenzie to reveal the true evil lurking in the town, before the witch-hunt claims yet another victim?/