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Two centuries after the Salem witch trials there’s still one witch left in Massachusetts But she doesn’t even know it Take this as a warning if you are not able or willing to control yourself it will not only be you who suffers the conseuences but those around you as wellNew Oldbury 1821 In the wake of a scandal the Montrose family and their three daughters—Catherine Lydia and Emeline—flee Boston for their new country home Willow Hall The estate seems sleepy and idyllic But a subtle menace creeps into the atmosphere remnants of a dark history that call to Lydia and to the youngest EmelineAll three daughters will be irrevocably changed by what follows but none than Lydia who must draw on a power she never knew she possessed if she wants to protect those she loves For Willow Hall’s secrets will rise in the end


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    The Witch of Willow Hall by Hester Fox is a 2018 Graydon House Publication A fine supernatural Gothic tale This is a book after my own heart I love a good old school Gothic story However the modern versions of Gothic can often leave me feeling frustrated as they rely too heavily on magic and the supernatural to carry the story and less on the slow careful buildup of suspense The creepy spooky elements should reveal themselves at well timed calculated moments for an optimum effect In this case the author captures the essence of true Gothic horror and even adds a romantic element into the mix putting the cherry on the cake The year is 1821 two centuries after the Salem witch trials The Montrose family has fled Boston in the wake of a scandal Settling into New Oldbury the three sisters Catherine Lydia and Emmeline try hard to adjust to their new normal Catherine is a schemer a manipulator using her beauty and charms to attract men hoping to find a husband Lydia’s engagement to Cyrus was broken after the rumors began to fly but she soon meets John and the two find themselves drawn to one another Emmeline is the youngest the most carefree boasting of a mother daughter relationship with Lydia who is very protective of her sister As the story progresses it becomes clear to Lydia that Willow Hall has many secrets and long dormant imprints which her arrival has suddenly awakened The house will force Lydia to face a long buried aspect of her own life the truth she and her family have denied for many years Lydia has certain abilities a power within herself one she loses control of from time to time The she understands the power she will have but will it cost her the one thing she most longs for true love and happiness? I haven’t read a good Gothic Horror novel that combines the magical elements of both witches and ghosts in a long time If I had to complain I would say the author was just a little too cautious with this one at times but overall I must hand it Ms Fox She has written a pure traditional Gothic novel with grace and aplomb while also appealing to a broader audience Before I go I must of course address the romantic elements in the story Love and romance are often at the center of Gothic novels and again the author did a great job of weaving those elements into the story without it becoming the dominate theme Not only that the love story was beneficial in lifting the heavy gloom to reveal the promise of hope and long overdue peace 45 stars