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More Welsh wonder and Celtic carrying-on from Bron the hedge witch, her American cousin Maddie, and Dean the (dodgy) Druid. So what's Dean up to now, in his secret little hut in the woods? Bron doesn't know, but she's got her suspicions. It's midsummer in the small town of Llanfair, and there's been an influx of pagans who are here for the festival. In the middle of all the joy, a small child goes missing. He's found quickly, but he's different now. Changed, somehow. A changeling? Such an accusation drives a wedge between Bron and Maddie, but as events take a darker turn, they must work together-against the clock-to rescue the soul of the boy . . . and the heart of the town. The Fair Folk are trooping, the trees are guarding, the gnomes are watching, the vicar is . . . vicaring . . . and Bron must defeat an ancient foe. But it's not so easy when it's not good-versus-evil. Which side is Bron on, anyway?Show more
The third volume following the magical mystery adventures of Bron the Welsh hedge witch, her American cousin Maddie, and their crazy bunch of friends (and enemies). Herbs are good for you, right? Maybe not so good for one person-who's found dead beside a cauldron of magical herbs. Glittery, frilly Sian Pederi is running a course up in the hills called "Unfurl Your Inner Spirit," and it's all path working, ley lines, drumming, and vegan food . . . until the corpse rocks up. Bron needs to get to the bottom of it, but literally everyone wanted this person dead-and even Bron herself could have cheerfully hit them with a tree branch. She's got other problems, too. Harkin, her cat, is obsessed with the number three. Her mad Great Aunt might, or might not, be plotting the demise of her actual nemesis Elsie Delaney, and hunky police officer Adam is being just so impossibly nice. With more Celtic folklore, faeries, druids, helpful vicars, London journalists, and random hippies than you can shake an authentic hand-carved sigil-adorned harp at . . . welcome back to the crazy world of Llanfair!Show more
All is not what it seems in the sleepy Welsh town of Llanfair. The snows have come late and the local police force (cute Adam and not-too-bright Polly) can't keep up with demand (the demand being: "I've fallen over on the ice! Help me!"). A man is found dead in a field and there's nothing suspicious about it . . . except for the fact that he appears to have fallen from a great height. Wales does have birds of prey but nothing that could carry a full-grown man. So how did he die? Bron is soon drawn into a very sinister group of families with ancient ties that echo to the present day. She's helped by her druid friend Dean-he knows a lot of folklore. And her vicar friend Horatio-he knows a lot about people. And her blacksmith friend Gruffydd-he knows a lot . . . which he cannot tell her. Things would be simpler if her cousin Maddie wasn't trying to learn magic from the Faerie Folk, her Great Aunt Dilys wasn't hiding something under her shawl, and bodies didn't randomly fall from the sky. Just another day in the magical town of Llanfair, then?Show more
The body that turns up in Bron's garden has been there for decades, and he died of natural causes. Just rebury him and carry on as normal, right? But it's kinda hard to be normal when the ghost of the dead man has been disturbed, and now he want . . . well, just what does he want? It's down to Bron, a traditional hedge witch, to find out. If she doesn't, that ghost is going to be lingering in corners and upsetting kitchen chairs for the rest of her life. Creepy, tedious and noisy, all at the same time. She's helped by the unexpected arrival of her cousin Maddie from America, who is seeking connection and history in this uncertain age. And there's another mystery-why is this vivacious, friendly young woman so evasive and afraid? Soon they are up to their knees in faery folk (don't trust em), druids (keen on trees), wild animals (Bron's a healer), the obligatory smouldering blacksmith (sorry, he prefers men), and the maddest Mad Great Aunt of all. Life is never dull in Llanfair!Show more