Set in the 17th century against the backdrop of political and
religious conflict, the second of Watt's John MacKenzie series is
as historically rich and gripping as the last. MacKenzie
investigates the murder of a woman accused of witchcraft and he
must act quickly when the same accusations are made against the
woman's daughter. Superstition clashes with reason as Scotland
moves towards the Enlightenment. The 1600s are expertly recreated
with a strong sense of history and place.
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