Books by Paula Brackston

THE LITTLE SHOP OF FOUND THINGS by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 2, 2018

"A bewitching tale of love across centuries."
When Xanthe Westlake and her mother, Flora—who's been blindsided by a nasty divorce—leave London to purchase an antiques shop in Marlborough, a 17th-century silver key belt, or chatelaine, begins to sing to Xanthe, pulling her into a time-traveling mission to save a wrongly accused servant girl. Read full book review >
LAMP BLACK, WOLF GREY by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 4, 2015

" Brackston has all the ingredients for a perfect tale—romance, magic, and mystery—but the final result does not satisfy."
A disappointed artist moves to a Welsh cottage where she gets entangled in an ancient love story involving Merlin, the magician of Arthurian legend. Read full book review >
THE SILVER WITCH by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 21, 2015

"A stunning setting and bewitching premise make this book appealing, but Brackston's execution falls short of its mark."
Grief, magic and the ancient world collide in Brackston's (The Midnight Witch, 2014, etc.) fourth novel.Read full book review >
THE MIDNIGHT WITCH by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 25, 2014

"Previously a sprightly tale-spinner, Brackston has mislaid her magic touch this time round."
Downton Abbey meets the dark arts in Brackston's (The Winter Witch, 2013, etc.) latest, which sees an aristocratic young English witch leading a fight against an evil magic order while world war looms. Read full book review >
THE WINTER WITCH by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 29, 2013

"Love of landscape and lyrical writing lend charm, but it's Brackston's full-blooded storytelling that will hook the reader."
I married a witch, discovers the kindly Welsh widower making a marriage of necessity to a mute dairymaid. Read full book review >
THE WITCH'S DAUGHTER by Paula Brackston
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 2011

"History, time travel and fantasy combine in a solidly readable entertainment."
A white witch is pursued across time by her nemesis, a sorcerer who may also have been Jack the Ripper. Read full book review >