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The Witches of Echo Park (Witches of Echo Park #1)

by Amber Benson

From beloved author, director, and actress, Amber Benson...Unbeknownst to most of humankind, a powerful network of witches thrives within the shadows of society, using their magic to keep the world in balance.<P><P> But they are being eliminated--and we will all pay if their power falls...When Elyse MacAllister's great-aunt Eleanora, the woman who raised her, becomes deathly ill, Lyse puts her comfortable life in Georgia on hold to rush back to Los Angeles. And once she returns to Echo Park, Lyse discovers her great-aunt has been keeping secrets--extraordinary secrets--from her.<P>Not only is Lyse heir to Eleanora's Victorian estate; she is also expected to take her great-aunt's place in the Echo Park coven of witches. But to accept her destiny means to place herself in deadly peril--for the world of magic is under siege, and the battle the witches now fight may be their last...

The Witches of Eileanan (Witches of Eileanan #1)

by Kate Forsyth

Named Best First Novel by Locus<P> 'Twas a time when dragons left their lair and evil shadowed the land....<P> On the Day of Reckoning, the witches of Eileanan were outlawed--and violations of the new order were punishable by death. Eileanan's Great Towers, once meccas of magic and learning, were left in ruins. And now, the entire land trembles in fear....<P> Yet deep in the mountains, in the shadow of Dragonclaw, a young girl is being tutored in the old ways. Ignorant of her past, uncertain of her future, the foundling Isabeau will soon be forced down a dangerous path of prophesy, conspiracy, and magic. It is a world where dragons possess the key to ancient mysteries...where a lost prince will discover a strange and wondrous destiny...and where the ultimate battle between good and evil will be waged....<P> A new Day of Reckoning is at hand....

The Witches of Friar's Lantern (Adventures of Beatrice Bailey #1)

by Sandra Forrester

Trying to undo the spell of the evil Dally Rumpe, Beatrice travels to Werewolf Close, where she meets two of her mother's aunts and learns something about her mother's past.

The Witches of Sea-Dragon Bay (Adventures of Beatrice Bailey #2)

by Sandra Forrester

This second in a series of magic and adventure novels starring young apprentice witch Beatrice Bailey finds Beatrice and her friends heading to a unusual beach resort, where the waters are filled with serpents and monsters.

The Witches of Wenshar (Sun Wolf and Starhawk #2)

by Barbara Hambly

Once, it was said, Wensha had been a city of witches, summoning and controlling demons for their evil magic. But in nearby Tandieras, Kaltha claimed to have found their lost book of spells to perform only white magic. When Sun Wolf arrived, he discovered increasing signs of evil magic and demon-controlling spells. And he realized, too late, that a new swarm of demons was trying to lure him to his death....

The Witches of Winged-Horse Mountain (Adventures of Beatrice Bailey #3)

by Sandra Forrester

Apprentice witch Beatrice Bailey and her friends are off on a brand-new adventure as they continue their effort to thwart the evil Dally Rumpe and reverse his magic spell.

The Witches of Worm

by Zilpha Keatley Snyder Alton Raible

Cats. Jessica's never liked them. Especially not a skinny, ugly kitten that looks like a worm. Worm. Jessica wishes she'd never brought Worm home with her, because now he's making her do terrible things. She's sure she isn't imagining the evil voice coming from the cat, telling her to play mean tricks on people. But how can she explain what's happening? <P><P> Witches. Jessica has read enough books to know that Worm must be a witch's cat. He's cast a spell on her, but whom can she turn to? After all, no one will believe that Worm has bewitched her...or worse!<P> Newbery Medal Honor book

Witchfinder General

by Ian Cooper

Witchfinder General (1968), known as The Conqueror Worm in America, was directed by Michael Reeves and occupies a unique place in British cinema. Equally praised and vilified, the film fictionalizes the exploits of Matthew Hopkins, a prolific, real-life "witch hunter," during the English Civil War. For critic Mark Kermode, the release proved to be "the single most significant horror film produced in the United Kingdom in the 1960s," while playwright Alan Bennett called the work "the most persistently sadistic and rotten film I've ever seen." Steadily gaining a cult reputation, unimpeded by the director's death just months after the film's release, the film is now treated as a landmark, though problematic, accomplishment, as it exists in a number of recut, retitled, and rescored versions. This in-depth study positions the film within the history of horror and discusses its importance as a British and heritage film. It also considers the inheritance of Hopkins, the script's relationship to the novel by Ronald Bassett, and the iconic persona of the film's star, Vincent Price. Ian Cooper conducts close textual readings of specific scenes and explores the film's various contexts, from the creation of the X certificate and the tradition of Hammer gothic, to the influence on Ken Russell's The Devils (1971) and the "torture porn" of twenty-first-century horror.

Witching Culture

by Sabina Magliocco

Taking the reader into the heart of one of the fastest-growing religious movements in North America, Sabina Magliocco reveals how the disciplines of anthropology and folklore were fundamental to the early development of Neo-Paganism and the revival of witchcraft. Magliocco examines the roots that this religious movement has in a Western spiritual tradition of mysticism disavowed by the Enlightenment. She explores, too, how modern Pagans and Witches are imaginatively reclaiming discarded practices and beliefs to create religions more in keeping with their personal experience of the world as sacred and filled with meaning. Neo-Pagan religions focus on experience, rather than belief, and many contemporary practitioners have had mystical experiences. They seek a context that normalizes them and creates in them new spiritual dimensions that involve change in ordinary consciousness.Magliocco analyzes magical practices and rituals of Neo-Paganism as art forms that reanimate the cosmos and stimulate the imagination of its practitioners. She discusses rituals that are put together using materials from a variety of cultural and historical sources, and examines the cultural politics surrounding the movement--how the Neo-Pagan movement creates identity by contrasting itself against the dominant culture and how it can be understood in the context of early twenty-first-century identity politics.Witching Culture is the first ethnography of this religious movement to focus specifically on the role of anthropology and folklore in its formation, on experiences that are central to its practice, and on what it reveals about identity and belief in twenty-first-century North America.

The Witching Hour

by James Gunn

"We summon thee, Prince, Ruler of Darkness, Lord of Evil: Your worshippers summon thee to receive our sacrifice." James Gunn's science fiction world has veered into the realm of the unholy with The Witching Hour, three novelettes of satanic scenery and devilish deceit. Demons, death, and disbelief will haunt you at every corner. Macabre rituals of darkness will creep up your spine until your fragile mind tingles with fear.

Witching Moon

by Rebecca York

A Georgia swamp is the perfect place for forest ranger Adam Marshall to hide his werewolf nature. But when he finds himself irresistibly drawn to biologist Sara Weston, their future is threatened by a coven of witches with a score to settle with the locals.

Witchlanders

by Lena Coakley

Ryder's mother was once a great prophet and powerful witch, but she is slowly losing her mind to grief--and maiden's woe, an addictive flower drug found in the Witchlands. Deadly monsters made out of dirt and sticks and stones are coming, she warns. There is an assassin in the mountains, she cautions the coven. But none believe her. Then the monsters come. In the wake of his village's destruction, Ryder heads into the mountains on a quest to find the assassin and destroy the creator of the ghastly monsters. When he finds his twin--a spirit twin who is not the assassin, but is a sworn enemy of the Witchlanders--Ryder and Falpian awaken a long dormant magic and become entangled in the stirrings of new war between their peoples. Laced with rich, imagined histories, miles of catacombs, and prophecies true and false, Lena Coakley's debut novel is a lush, chilling story in the tradition of Nancy Farmer and Garth Nix.

Witchlight (Witchlight #2)

by Marion Zimmer Bradley

Except for a few memories of her childhood and of her few years as a successful trader on Wall Street, Winter Musgrave's life seems to have vanished from her mind. She fears she has gone mad--but if so, it is a peculiar sort of madness, for objects shatter when she passes by. Doors and windows unlock and open while she sleeps. The mutilated corpses of small animals appear on the doorstep of her isolated mountain farmhouse, with no indication that anyone human has been near. And inside Winter's mind, all the time, is the feeling that something deadly is hunting for her. Is this paranoia or something more? Desperate, Winter seeks help at the Bidney Institute for Psychic Research, where she encounters Truth Jourdemayne and her partner, Dr. Dylan Palmer. With their help, Winter recovers a few of her shattered, memories, including the surprising revelation that while in college Winter had been a member of a magickal circle, or coven. Truth, the daughter of a medium and a powerful magician, is no stranger to the paranormal, but she isn't prepared for the strength and fury of the thing that wants to claim Winter for its own. Winter is certain that the members of her old coven will be able to identify and defeat the menace she now faces. But they are scattered across the continent, and the thing that pursues her is eager to destroy her old friends as well. Once before Winter Musgrave believed in magic. It nearly killed her. Now, to stay alive, she must believe again, with all her heart and all her soul. Not just the story of a woman's search for her missing past, Witchlight is a powerful novel that should appeal to New Age readers, fans of contemporary fantasy and contemporary fiction, and the legions of readers who have already discovered the strength and beauty of the novels of Marion Zimmer Bradley.

Witchling

by Yasmine Galenorn

We're the D'Artigo sisters: Half-human, half-Faerie, we're savvy--and sexy--operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But our mixed-blood heritage short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she's stressed. Menolly's a vampire who's still trying to get the hang of being undead. And me? I'm Camille--a wicked-good witch. Except my magic's as unpredictable as the weather, as my enemies are about to find out the hard way... At the Wayfarer Inn, a portal to Otherworld and the local hangout for humans and beasties alike, a fellow operative, Jocko, has been murdered. Every clue points to Shadow Wing, the soul-munching, badass leader of the Subterranean Realms. He's made it clear that he aims to raze humankind to the ground, turning both Earth and Otherworld into his private playground. Our assignment: Keep Shadow Wing and his minions from creeping into Earth via the Wayfarer. The demons figure they're in like Flynn. After all, with only my bumbling sisters and me standing in the way, how can they miss? But we've got a secret for them: Faulty wiring or not, nobody kicks ass like the D'Artigo girls...

Witchling (The Sisters of the Moon, Book 1)

by Yasmine Galenorn

We're the D'Artigo sisters: Half-human, half-Faerie, we're savvy --and sexy--operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But our mixed-blood heritage short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she's stressed. Menolly's a vampire who's still trying to get the hang of being undead. And me? I'm Camille--a wicked-good witch. Except my magic's as unpredictable as the weather, which my enemies are about to find out the hard way... At the Wayfarer Inn, a portal to Otherworld and the local hangout for humans and beasties alike, a fellow operative, Jocko, has been murdered. Every clue points to Shadow Wing, the soul-munching, badass leader of the Subterranean Realms. He's made it clear that he aims to raze humankind to the ground, turning both Earth and Otherworld into his private playground. Our assignment: Keep Shadow Wing and his minions from creeping into Earth via the Wayfarer. The demons figure they're in like Flynn. After all, with only my bumbling sisters and me standing in the way, how can they miss? But we've got a secret for them: Faulty wiring or not, nobody kicks ass like the D'Artigo girls...

The Witchmaster's Key (Hardy Boys #55)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy boys' investigation of a museum robbery in England arouses the anger of a coven of black witches.

The Witchmaster's Key (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #55)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy boys' investigation of a museum robbery in England arouses the anger of a coven of black witches.

A Witch's 10 Commandments

by Marian Singer

- The first book to define the rules necessary for living and walking the Wiccan path - Builds on the success of Provenance Press' Power Spellcraft for Life and A Witch's Grimoire While the art of witchcraft is uniquely personal, an underlying code of ethics and principles binds its serious practitioners together. For the first time, this code is defined in terms everyone can understand. In A Witch's 10 Commandments, renowned Wiccan author Marian Singer uses the ubiquitous biblical rules to frame the 10 tenets witches should live by, such as: - Thou art God/Goddess - Maintain an attitude of gratitude - Honor the ancestors, your elders, teachers, and leaders - All life is sacred - Whatever you send out, returns threefold

A Witch's Beauty

by Joey W. Hill

The follow-up to A Mermaid's Kiss-from a national bestselling author who "stands out in a genre known for its out-of-the-ordinary love play."(The Romance Studio) Mina is the daughter of an unholy union-a mermaid taken by one of the malevolent Dark Ones. While helping to rescue Prime Legion Commander Jonah, she exposed herself as a potentially dangerous weapon, susceptible to the darkness in her own blood. Now, for the general good, Jonah has angels watching over her... Though Mina is resistant to being protected, her attitude begins to change when David, the human-born angel, is awarded the duty. Looking into his eyes, she can sense that he too knows what it means to fight the darkness within. But-as their passion threatens to take over-will it lead them to Heaven or Hell?

Witch’s Canyon (Supernatural)

by Jeff Mariotte

Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a supernatural force. In the years after, their father, John, taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America... and he taught them how to kill it.

The Witch's Dream: A Healer's Way of Knowledge (Compass)

by Carlos Castaneda Florinda Donner-Grau

This is the extraordinary account of Donner-Grau's experiences with doña Mercedes, an aged healer in a remote Venezuelan town known for its spiritualists, sorcerers, and mediums.

The Witch's Grave

by Shirley Damsgaard

Cupid has cast his spell on good witch Ophelia Jensen. The practical, pragmatic, law-abiding librarian has just begun letting down her hair with Stephen Larsen, the author of some of the most scandalous crime exposés ever written. It's a match made in the stacks--until the would-be lovers take a quiet countryside stroll, and shots ring out. A murderer, not magick, made Stephen disappear--and Ophelia might be next. The sheriff warns her and her grandmother Abby not to meddle, but after another shooting leaves them shaken the women can't help but get involved. A sinister stalker is slowly drawing closer to Ophelia, and she'll have to summon all her powers to prevent herself from ending up six feet under.

The Witch's Grave : A Fever Devilin Mystery

by Phillip Depoy

When Truevine, reputed to be a witch, is missing and the local mortician turns up dead, her fiance, is suspected of killing them both. Fever, a noted folklorist is determined to solve the mystery.

A Witch's Grimoire

by Judy Ann Olsen

Creating and keeping of a book of shadows is an instrumental step in the study of magick and witchcraft. A Witch's Grimoire helps serious practitioners explore their love of the Craft, deepen their study of magick and walk their personal pathway to the Divine. It is part workbook, part guidebook - an essential reference as well as a personal recording of original spells. The book includes: A brief history of the grimoire Options for the creation of a grimoire Special book blessings Traditional and personal invocations Commonly used gemstones and magickal herbs/herb blends Spells, recipes and rituals for every holiday Writing space for readers to keep their own records A Witch's Grimoire encourages readers to create unique personalized journals that will last for generations to come.

A Witch's Halloween

by Gerina Dunwich

You may think that Halloween is only about ghosts, ghouls, and goblins. However, there is much more behind this spooky holiday. For Pagans the world over, Halloween is a time of magick and divination-a night for honoring ancestors, celebrating the harvest, and ringing in the New Year. In A Witch's Halloween, bestselling author Gerina Dunwich dispels the myths of this holiest of Pagan holidays and its most famous celebrants. Written by a Wiccan High Priestess, A Witch's Halloween tells you all that you need to know about this sacred holiday, from the history, folklore, myths, and spells to Sabbat rituals, recipes, divinations, and Halloween superstitions, and much more. This insightful book is a complete guide to celebrating the holiday as it was meant to be.

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