Mandragora by Moonlight by Sue Gedge
A novel of love, witch-craft, shape-shifting and magic---and you'll never want to travel on the District Line again after reading this!
Jeanie Gowdie was a lonely young woman until she found a job in the Antioch Corey Memorial Library, fell in love with a shape-shifting magus and reinvented herself as a witch. Years before, her fanatically religious father had tried to oppress her but Jeanie had also been nurtured by her hedge-witch grand-mother, Nana Herrick, who told her she had a special destiny. But even Nana couldn't foresee that the man Jeanie loved would be turned into a cat and she'd have to do battle with Hopkins the witch-finder, the man who wanted to destroy every adept in London. How fortunate, then, that Jeanie wasn't easily intimidated.......
- Classification: Universal
- Work is: Extract only on Authonomy
- First submitted Sept. 1, 2011
- Last updated Sept. 1, 2011
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