Season of the Witch

by Natasha Mostert

Horror Thriller and Suspense

LoveReading View on Season of the Witch


Winner of the World Book Day 2009 Book to Talk About.


A creepy tale of passion, seduction and mind-reading. The known phenomenon of ‘remote viewing’ – a psychic talent allowing the perpetrator to ‘see’ things that are far separate from them, forms the basis of the story. Gabriel, our hero, uses his talents to steal information from rival businesses, but his encounter with two powerful and beautiful sisters changes his life forever. A strange, compelling and rewarding read.

Comparison: John Twelve Hawks, Tess Gerritsen, John Connolly.

Sarah Broadhurst

Season of the Witch Synopsis

Can you really enter someone’s mind – and find pure evil?

Gabriel Blackstone has an unusual talent. A computer hacker by trade, he is also able to enter the minds of others.

But he uses his gift only reluctantly – until he is contacted by an ex-lover who begs him to find her stepson, last seen months earlier in the company of two sisters.

And so Gabriel visits Monk House, a place where time seems to stand still, and where the rooms are dominated by the coded symbol of a cross and circle.

As winter closes in, Gabriel becomes increasingly bewitched by the house, and by its owners, the beautiful and mysterious Monk sisters. But even as he falls in love, he knows that one of them is a deadly killer.

But which one? And what is the secret they are so determined to protect?

If you loved this, you might like these...

Dark Legacy
Sweet Heart
Little Eve
Strange Weather

All versions of this book

ISBN: 9780553818505
Publication date: 14/07/2008
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780553818505
Publication date: 14th July 2008
Author: Natasha Mostert
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Genres: Horror, Thriller / Suspense,

About Natasha Mostert

Natasha Mostert was born in South Africa. Educated in Cape Town and New York, she holds graduate degrees in Lexicography and Applied Linguistics, and has subsequently worked as an academic and journalist. She now lives in Chelsea, London, with her husband.

More About Natasha Mostert

Share this book