In the Land of Winter by Richard Grant

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A single mom and self-described witch, loses custody of her daughter after she is attacked by a number of gossiping, right-winged crusaders. The award-winning author of Through the Heart, writes a poignant novel of a mother's love and her journey to regain both her own life and that of her daughter.
 

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RICHARD GRANT is the author of seven previous novels, including Rumors of Spring, Views From the Oldest House, Tex and Molly In the Afterlife, and In the Land of Winter. Author Home: Rockport, ME
 
Published November 21, 1997 by HarperCollins. 340 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Not bloody likely when psychologist Aaby calls Pippa the Devil's pawn and the Herald prints an alarmist letter about ""ritual abuse."" Pippa finally gets help from an unexpected source: Spear, a Native American law-school dropout, has developed a special personal interest in people who are doing ...

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Wicca practitioner Pippa Rede loses her only daughter, nine-year-old Winterbelle, to representatives of the State of Maine in the droll, magical seventh novel (Tex and Molly in the Afterlife, etc.) fr

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Wicca practitioner Pippa Rede loses her only daughter, nine-year-old Winterbelle, to representatives of the State of Maine in the droll, magical seventh novel (Tex and Molly in the Afterlife, etc.) from New England's answer to Tom Robbins.

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