The Witch’s Hand

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Witch’s Hand, June 25, 2012
This review is from: The Witch’s Hand (Paperback)

This is an extremely well researched historical novel.
Imagine yourself as a knight returning home from the Crusades.Sick of war and wanting nothing more than to find his home and maybe a jug of wine. While traveling through a Europe still mostly ruled by the church and finding himself on the wrong side of a witch hunt he has to come to grips with his beliefs and keeping his knightly vows to protect the weak.
That is the story of Jettaret and his partner Alberge as they try to help Liana escape the clutches of the witch Malaxia while evading crooked priests and witch hunters intent on burning them both.

Wendy Joseph did a wonderful job in both her research and bringing her characters to life!
Be prepared to stay up all night as you won’t be able to put this book down once you start it!

Two Thumbs UP!!







      You are my heiress now.  –Malaxia


       I am not a witch!  –Liana


      St. Michel the archangel, get down here.  –Jettaret


       I have wept for theliving and the dead.

      What good did it do them?   –Alberge


Malaxia, the most formidable witch in 13th century France, chooses young Liana as her protégé and successor. But does Liana want to be the most powerful and destructive witch in the world?  Hounded into the wild by the Church, she receives unexpected help from the vicomte and lost soul Jettaret, a returned Crusader with PTSD, and his rascally friend Alberge. Will Liana throw in with Malaxia, or choose another route?


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