THE WILD HUNT by Jill Tattersall

THE WILD HUNT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

By the light of the moon which shines as often as three times on a page, this features other old familiars from witches and ghosts to the little governess Chantal (oui) Who goes to take care of an intractable boy and falls in love with the man who hired her for the post. This of course is a story you can say in your sleep unless it's really troubled by thoughts of Black Dick and those riders of the Wild Hunt. . . . But there's nothing peaked about the presentation which is an un-interrupted burble.

Pub Date: Feb. 13th, 1973
Publisher: Morrow