Witches' Rings

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Dufour Editions, 1997 - Fiction - 358 pages
3 Reviews
The first of a tetralogy by the well-known Swedish author of Blackwater. Set in a Swedish village about to enter the modern age, the story begins in the 1870s, as an excited and suspicious citizenry await the first train to arrive at their newly cons

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Review: Witches' Rings (The Women and the Town #1)

User Review  - Ben - Goodreads

This was Sara Sabina Lans: grey as a rat, poor as a louse, pouchy and lean as a vixen in summer. No one called her by her given name. He was hardly ever at home. He had his orders, his regiment at ... Read full review

Review: Witches' Rings (The Women and the Town #1)

User Review  - Enna - Goodreads

Re reading for second time after finishing the tetralogy (ok I admit to having to look that up, after getting stuck at trilogy) over two years. Worth taking time over and enjoying the tiny details as ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Kerstin Ekman is the author of seventeen novels that have been published in Scandinavia and Europe. "Blackwater"--her first novel published in English--received the Swedish Crime Academy's Award for best crime novel, the August Prize, and the Nordic Counci's Literary Prize. She lives in Valsjobyn, a small village in northern Sweden.

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