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  • Gripping… Stirring witchcraft, politics and sexual perversity into the cauldron of a superstitious age, Tracy Borman seasons her brew with suggestions of poisoning and the black arts.

    Iain Finlayson, The Times
  • Tracy Borman has written a thorough and beautifully researched social history of the early 1600s, taking in everything from folk medicine to James I’s sex life.

    Bella Bathurst, Observer
  • Spellbinding

    Daily Telegraph
  • Tracy Borman has written a superb history of the witchcraze in early modern Europe focusing around this one case. Her book is enthralling and accurate… In many respects this is a triumph of popular historical writing.

    David Wootton, Guardian
  • A tantalising history... A panoramic survey of the witch craze that swept through Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries.

    John Carey, Sunday Times

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