WITCHES, WITCHES, WITCHES by Helen-Ed. Hoke

WITCHES, WITCHES, WITCHES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Twenty-eight witch stories in all make up this anthology designed to startle and mystify. Selected with care, this collection introduces the reader to a liberal assortment of occult ladies: good witches, bad witches, modern witches, ancient witches, who live in America, in Europe, in the East, and witches who live in an author's imagination. Generally of a high literary level, these stories represent such diversified writers as Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sigrid Rachel Field, and Oscar Wilde, and can be taken in small sips or swallowed in one long chilling draught.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1958
Publisher: Franklin Watts