The Witch of Tin Mountain

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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Lake Union Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
308
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.22 X 0.92 inches | 0.74 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781662507625

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About the Author

Paulette Kennedy is the author of Parting the Veil. When she's not writing, you can find her tending to her garden and trying to catch up with the looming stack of unread books next to her bed. Originally from the Ozarks, Paulette now lives with her family and their menagerie of pets in a quiet suburb of Los Angeles. For more information visit www.paulettekennedy.com.

Reviews

"With LGBTQ representation, Kennedy's captivating second novel is perfect for historical fiction readers who enjoy a bit of witchcraft, folklore, and mystery." --Booklist

"Kennedy weaves an achingly beautiful tale full of dark folklore, powerful women, and spine-tingling suspense. Deirdre's and Gracelynn's stories will grab you by the heart and stay with you long after the last page." --Hester Fox, author of A Lullaby for Witches

"Brilliant and enthralling, The Witch of Tin Mountain left me breathless. Gracie and Deirdre are two unforgettable characters, and their stories twine in an intricate braid of complex beauty. Kennedy has secured her place as one of the very best in historical fiction." --Olivia Hawker, bestselling author of One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow

"Kennedy's sophomore novel weaves a mysterious, gorgeous tale that spans three generations of witches living in Arkansas--and the man who haunts them. A stunning work filled with fear, dark folklore, an Ozarkian voice that grabs you by the throat, and suspense that will keep you guessing, The Witch of Tin Mountain is the perfect read for a bleak winter's day under the covers...with a flashlight." --Maria Tureaud, author of The Last Hope in Hopetown

"Hauntingly atmospheric and crackling with life, The Witch of Tin Mountain is an unforgettable story of family, magic, love, hypocrisy, and the power--for good or evil--we all carry with us. The richly painted Ozark setting leaps from the page, and all three interlaced story lines are captivating, heartbreaking, and triumphant in equal measure. I inhaled this book in two days. Witchy readers won't want to miss it." --Allison Epstein, author of A Tip for the Hangman

"Atmospheric and haunting, The Witch of Tin Mountain flawlessly weaves folklore and history into a compelling generational story of love, evil, and magic. With vivid characters and an immersive dive into the beauty and superstitions of her native Ozarks, Paulette Kennedy delivers a darkly captivating novel that readers will devour." --Erin Litteken, author of The Memory Keeper of Kyiv

"Paulette Kennedy has surely cast a spell with The Witch of Tin Mountain. This multigenerational saga beautifully illuminates a little-known (and often misunderstood) corner of America and its history while also providing spine-tingling, eerie chills and thrills along the way. I absolutely devoured this spooky, atmospheric book!" --Alyssa Palombo, author of The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel

"Kennedy beautifully captures the earthy, rural, charismatic traditions in her native Ozarks...Gritty and atmospheric, her alluring sophomore novel weaves spiritualism, demons, feminism, and folklore with more than a few twists before the book's satisfying ending. I loved every page!" --Constance Sayers, author of The Ladies of the Secret Circus and A Witch in Time

"The Witch of Tin Mountain is a skillfully plotted home run about three generations of strong women who are bound by history and a curse. Kennedy will delight you with unexpected twists and turns where suspicions and accusations rule the land. Thoroughly enjoyed, a true feast for readers everywhere." --Andie Newton, USA Today bestselling author of A Child for the Reich

"The Witch of Tin Mountain is lush, gripping, and deliciously creepy. Paulette Kennedy, author of the standout debut, Parting the Veil, transports readers to the heart of the Ozarks, a place as brutal as it is hauntingly beautiful, and the home of three generations of women whose special powers make them the target of an evil man set on destroying them. With elegant prose and captivating storytelling, Kennedy spins a fiercely feminist page-turner about the power of love, loyalty, and family--reminding us that it's the women in our lives who give us strength and provide a light during our darkest hours. This spectacular sophomore novel proves that Kennedy is an author to watch, in the world of gothic fiction and beyond." --Elissa Grossell Dickey, author of The Speed of Light and Iris in the Dark

"The Witch of Tin Mountain drew me in from the very first chapter. Paulette Kennedy takes readers on a journey across generations into the heart of the Ozark mountains where women rise above sexism with cleverness, strength, and--if you listen to the ne'er-do-well traveling preacher--witchcraft." --Jennifer Bardsley, author of Sweet Bliss

"Electrifying! This multigenerational tale that travels across time and space is woven together like a delicate tapestry, and it will stay with you long after the last page." --Mansi Shah, author of The Taste of Ginger and The Direction of the Wind

"Rich with sense of place, brimming with historical detail, and deliciously spiced with authoritative dialect, this tale of women's resourcefulness and passion and power is pure magic. Kennedy knows the Ozarks and is uniquely qualified to bring the Ozarks culture alive. A thoroughly readable novel!" --Louisa Morgan, author of The Great Witch of Brittany

"Paulette Kennedy's The Witch of Tin Mountain cleverly interweaves the lives of three generations of women, and what starts as a quiet, simmering horror turns into a bubbling and brewing revenge against an insidious returning evil." --Desirée M. Niccoli, author of Called to the Deep