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Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert
February 25, 2008 - Amy Phelps
A remote viewer tries to solve a murder mystery in Natasha Mostert's "Season of the Witch."
Gabriel Blackstone was Britain's most successful remote viewer, a method of using E.S.P. to solve crimes. When a case goes wrong due to his arrogance, he leaves it all behind to become an information thief with the help of his best friend and hacker.
When his old girlfriend shows up on his door, needing help in finding her stepson, Gabriel can't turn her down. But his remote viewing turns up more questions than answers and sends him into the path of two bewitching sisters. One is the killer and the other an innocent. But which one? As Gabriel finds himself being pulled into their web of alchemy and memory, he doesn't know if he will make it out alive.
The story comes to light in a slow, but entrancing pace, blending science, religion, mysticism and magic together in a dark gothic tale. Its atmospheric, moody and enthralling story will pull you in before you know it.
"Season of the Witch" is published by New American Library. It is $14 and 395 pages long.
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