Witchfire: A Connor Hawthorne Mystery

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Alyson Books, 2001 - Fiction - 401 pages

No one knows what the grave robbers were looking for when they violated the grave of Connor Hawthorne's recently deceased grandmother, Gwendolyn. Whatever it was, they didn't find it, but they died trying. Two corpses and a casket full of stones are all that Connor has to go on as she leaves her home in Santa Fe, N.M. for Glastonbury, England, with Laura Nez, the courageous Navajo guide who saved her life in the high desert of New Mexico. Once again Lauren Maddison blends thriller fiction with mythology and lets it build to a heart-pounding conclusion.

Lauren Maddison is the author of the best-selling, "Deceptions." A former resident of just about everywhere, she now makes her home in Southern California.

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Connor Hawthorne Mystery. I'm not usually a fan of american authors writing about england - especially historic fiction - but Lauren Maddison pulls this off without my ever cringing over the details. This is a page turner. Read full review

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Grave robbers desecrate the English grave of author Connor Hawthorne's grandmother, find a coffin filled with stones, then are killed by their boss. Connor and friend Laura embark on a journey to Glastonbury, England, to find out why. An intriguing sequel to Deceptions Read full review

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