The Malan Witch

“A perfect read for a crisp autumn night with the wind rustling outside and a candle flickering in the corner.” – Booker T’s Farm

"Shadowy, arcane and unrelenting...a wild, unsettling read "-  Horrorbound

"Catherine Cavendish has a gift for the uncanny" - Hedwig's World of Books

“Nonstop heart-pounding horror from beginning to end” – Beauty in Ruins (She Leads He Reads)

“Cavendish is an expert at creating dark imagery that taps into some of our deepest fears.” – Happy Horror Nerd

“Classic horror…that leaves your skin tingling.” – Booksandemma

“If there’s a more perfect set-up for a captivating British ghost story steeped in folklore in recent years, I’ve not read it. “ – ihorror

“Filled to the brim with tension, unease and downright eeriness” – It’s All About The Books

“a thrill ride from start to finish. Filled with dark imagery and intense moments.” – Kendall Reviews

"Naught remained of their bodies to be buried, for the crows took back what was theirs."

An idyllic coastal cottage near a sleepy village. What could be more perfect? for Robyn Crowe, borrowing her sister's recently renovated holiday home for the summer seems just what she needs to deal with the grief of losing her beloved husband.

But behind those pretty walls lie many secrets, and legends of a malevolent sisterhood - two witches burned for their evil centuries earlier. Once, both their vile spirits were trapped there. Now, one has been released. One who is determined to find her sister.

Only Robyn stands in her way.

And the crow has returned...

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