A Witch Alone, Book 3

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Hachette Children's Group, Feb 7, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 432 pages
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Where do you go when your heart has been ripped out? For Anna there is only one answer; into her past, where the truth about her mother, her power, and her real identity lie hidden. But as Anna delves deeper into her history, she begins to fear that the truth about what set her mother running may be darker than she ever suspected. With the witches of the world on the brink of war, the love of her life, Seth, gone and her closest friend, Abe, wanting more from her than she can possibly give, Anna is in crisis. Ultimately she will have to choose between friends, family and rival tribes of witches and - at the last - between love and magic.

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About the author (2013)

Ruth Warburton grew up on the south coast of England and went on to study English at the University of Manchester, where she developed a fascination with Old English and Middle English texts. Researching A WITCH IN WINTER brought her back to them, in particular BEOWULF and LE MORTE D`ARTHUR. Other inspirations were ancient Mesopotamian demons, Voodoo spells, Tudor superstitions and 15th century witch-hunting guides. All these inspired the Winter Trilogy.

Ruth is a publicist for adult fiction at Random House and lives in North London.

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