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4 edition of The Highland Witch found in the catalog.

The Highland Witch

Susan Fletcher

The Highland Witch

by Susan Fletcher

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  • 1 Currently reading

Published by W. W. Norton & Co. in New York, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • History,
  • Glencoe Massacre, 1692,
  • Witches,
  • Jacobites

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan Fletcher
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6106.L48 C67 2011
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25004946M
    ISBN 109780393341386
    LC Control Number2011031396

    - Casts an enchanting spell in favor of bold women everywhere." —Ron Charles, Washington Post In , brilliant, captivating Corrag—accused witch, orphaned herbalist, and unforgettable heroine—is imprisoned in the Scottish highlands, suspected of witchcraft and murder. As she awaits her death she tells her story to Char. The Highland Witch | In , brilliant, captivating Corrag--accused witch, orphaned herbalist, and unforgettable heroine--is imprisoned for her supposed involvement in a massacre in the Scottish highlands. Suspected of witchcraft and murder and awaiting her death, she tells her story to Charles Leslie, an Irish propagandist who seeks information to condemn the Protestant King William, rumored.

    "This engrossing historical novel is essential for lovers of Scottish history. With its strong female protagonist, Fletcher's latest work casts a spell that will linger over readers long after they have finished the book." —Library Journal (starred review) In , brilliant, captivating Corra. "This engrossing historical novel is essential for lovers of Scottish history. With its strong female protagonist, Fletcher’s latest work casts a spell that will linger over readers long after th.

    The burning of women labeled as witches is a part of human history that is a horrendous travesty of justice. But prior to reading The Highland Witch I never considered why women were labeled as witches. I had a picture in my head of a number of misunderstood loners who paid the price for the prejudices of the day/5(28).   My review for The Highland Witch by Susan Fletcher. “Books are the quietest and most constant of friends” - Charles William Eliot But we can be friends too! .


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I actually read the Highland Witch while visiting Ireland and Scotland, for my down time. I found it engaging, somewhat telling of the region and people. I will read more books by Susan and would love to have a personal discussion with her about how she was able to write this as a trained Druid.

When a book does this for me IT IS A GOOD book. /5(). The Highland Witch: A Novel - Kindle edition by Fletcher, Susan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Highland Witch: A Novel/5(99). Vivid, well-researched and gripping, [The Highland Witch] is simply an assault on the recommended. Historical Novel Review. A stirring historical romance sweeps out a lot of the old clichés about witches and casts an enchanting spell in favor of bold women : Norton, W.

& Company, Inc. The Highland Witch book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Priding herself on her hunting skills and fiercely independent, R /5. Her fourth book, the historical romantic suspense The Highland Witch is under consideration with various publishers.

Karen is currently shopping her fifth book, The Marcell Glide, a southern literary fiction coming of age storyBrand: Karen Jones. "This engrossing historical novel is essential for lovers of Scottish history.

With its strong female protagonist, Fletcher’s latest work casts a spell that will linger over readers long after The Highland Witch book have finished the book." —Library Journal (starred review) Inbrilliant, captivating Corrag—accused witch, orphaned herbalist, and unforgettable heroine—is imprisoned for her supposed.

Witches of BlackBrook, Book 2 "The Highland Witch" sounds a bit too off the rack romance-y). As an eyewitness to the events in the valley of Glencoe ina history that has interested me ever since I read John Prebble's book on the subject years ago, she brings to life the drama and tragedy of the time in a vivid way, with an incredible 5/5(3).

Haunting and beautiful, Corrag drew me in and transported me to the Scottish Highlands of the seventeenth century. Alternately titled The Highland Witch or Witch Light, Corrag is a magical story about opening your heart to the beauty of your surroundings.

It is about learning to truly understand the people we encounter in our lives. Susan Fletcher tells this story with gorgeous, poetical and /5. The Highland Witch by Susan Fletcher,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K).

The Highland Witch was an enjoyable piece of historical fiction. The story is set in England and Scotland and centers around the life of a woman named Corag who was accused of witchcraft following the massacre of Glencoe in It was very well researched and well told. The characters so lifelike and the scenery so beautifully described that Reviews:   Corrag by Susan Fletcher My rating: 5 of 5 stars The burning of women labeled as witches is a part of human history that is a horrendous travesty of justice.

But prior to reading Corrag (also released with the title The Highland Witch) I never considered why women were labeled as witches.I had a picture in my head of a number of misunderstood loners who paid the price for the.

‎"This engrossing historical novel is essential for lovers of Scottish history. With its strong female protagonist, Fletcher’s latest work casts a spell that will linger over readers long after they have finished the book." —Library Journal (starred review) Inbrilliant, captivating /5(49).

The Witches of Eileanan, Book 2 By: Kate Forsyth "The Highland Witch" sounds a bit too off the rack romance-y). As an eyewitness to the events in the valley of Glencoe ina history that has interested me ever since I read John Prebble's book on the subject years ago, she brings to life the drama and tragedy of the time in a vivid way.

The best books on The Highland Clearances recommended by James Hunter. The Director of the Centre for History at the University of the Highlands and Islands talks to us about the history of the Highland Clearances in Scotland.

Interesting reading on 19th Century Scottish history. The Highland Witch, an Ebook by Karen Jones In the Scottish Highlands ofhuntress Rowan believes she is a child of the forest, never knowing her mother. Followers: 1K.

Books and novels written by Kerrigan Byrne, author of historical romance, Victorian romance, highland romance, suspense thriller books and novels. Series include Victorian Rebels. Buy The Highland Witch by Susan Fletcher online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now.

Get this from a library. The highland witch. [Susan Fletcher] -- Corrag, a Scottish woman imprisoned in for her involvement in a massacre and accused of witchcraft, tells her story to an Irish propagandist seeking to condemn the Protestant King William, who.

Corrag, the Highland Witch Aug October 3, joyduval Susan Fletcher’s novel “ Witch Light ” is set ina handful of years after my Huguenot ancestors fled France and landed in England – hopeful of a warm welcome, since the Glorious Revolution of had ousted James II (a king too prone to Catholicism) and installed.

The Highland Witch audiobook, by Susan Fletcher A breathtaking novel of passion and betrayal in seventeenth-century Scotland and the portrait of an unforgettable heroine Febru Thirty-eight members of the MacDonald clan are killed by soldiers who had previously enjoyed the clan’s hospitality.

Many more die from exposure. This ‘wrong’ continued with the death of the Highland Witch at the hands of Lady Landsmere. This wrong’ is back once again. Only Colin can make it right. And only Elden the Seer can guide the headstrong Rowan, keeping her from the fate of the Highland : Karen Jones.The Highland Witch was an enjoyable piece of historical fiction.

The story is set in England and Scotland and centers around the life of a woman named Corag who was accused of witchcraft following the massacre of Glencoe in It was very well researched and well told. The characters so lifelike and the scenery so beautifully described that /5(75).The Highland Witch: A Novel - Ebook written by Susan Fletcher.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Highland Witch: A Novel/5(32).