Witchlight by Marion Zimmer Bradley
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Winter Musgrave remembers nothing about her life except for the bare bones of her childhood and pieces of her years as a successful trader on Wall Street.  She fears she has gone mad--but is it madness when objects shatter when she grows angry and the doors and windows of her home unlock and open while she sleeps?  When mutilated corpses of small animals appear on the doorstep of her isolated farmhouse?

Desperate, Winter seeks help at the Bidney Institute for Psychic Research.  With the help of Truth Jourdemayne, Winter recalls that she had once been a member of a magickal circle—one that left something behind . . . . Truth is no stranger to the paranormal, but she isn't prepared for the strength and fury of the thing that is hunting Winter and her old friends. 

Winter must gather the scattered remnants of her circle.  It won’t be easy, not with her best friend dead—murdered by magickal evil—and her old love, Hunter Greyson, long missing.  Grey calls to Winter in her dreams, begging for her help . . . but how can she find a man she can barely remember?

With a new package sure to appeal to today’s readers, Witchlight returns to print after a five-year absence. 


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About Marion Zimmer Bradley

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Marion Zimmer Bradley is among the most famous, highly respected and best-selling fantasy authors in our genre. The Avalon books and the Darkover novels are considered by many to be her finest achievements. Deborah Ross is a professional writer and a protégé and long-time friend of Bradley.
 
Published December 8, 2009 by Tor Books. 324 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 Another psychic/occult case for Truth Jourdemayne (Ghostlight, 1995), though here the main character is former Wall Street high- flyer Winter Musgrave, who, though she's discharged herself from a psychiatric clinic, can remember little of her past and seems to be haunted by a destructive polter...

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Fans of Bradley's popular Darkover series and The Mists of Avalon will recognize familiar plot elements in this contemporary fantasy quest, a successor to Ghostlight (1995). Heroine Winter Musgrave, 3

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