(PDF) The Witches' Hammer


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  1. says: characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read

    Summary The Witches' Hammer Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read (PDF) The Witches' Hammer 35 I bought this book at a fair for low priced books and was in fact attracted by the famous Hitchcock name only to find out at home that I had let myself be deluded and had picked a book by a different Hitchcock The story as such is OK and I liked the seuences where the main character travelled around the world in search of the murderer of her father Some interesting historical facts about witch haunts and the inuisition are i

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    Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock (PDF) The Witches' Hammer The lesson I learned from reading The Witches' Hammer is this just because it says 'Hitchcock' on the cover no matter how much I may want it to this does not mean I'm about to read a deliciously complicated mystery worthy of old Alfred And this is my own damn fault because a big part of why I bought this book is because

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    (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Summary The Witches' Hammer The only reason I finished it is because I did not want to let the 7 or so I paid on Kindle go to waste but it would have

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    (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Periodically I'll read books solely because the title grabs me Case in point The Witches' Hammer As it turns out t

  5. says: Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock (PDF) The Witches' Hammer

    (PDF) The Witches' Hammer I loved Bluff so I thought I'd try another book by Jane Stanton Hitchcock The Witches' Hammer was written 25 years ago and her writing and plotting has improved a great deal since then Bluff is a much better book I thought it was interesting that she found much of the same information that was used almost 10 years later in The Da Vinci Code Hitchcock's writing style is better than Dan Brown's but he was better at movi

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    Summary The Witches' Hammer (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Addictive funI chose this book hoping for one thing but was treated to another Five stars because it kept me hooked and ended up a one sitting read I love it when that happensWere there moments of suspending my realistic beliefs yes

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    (PDF) The Witches' Hammer So far I have read several books by Jane Stanton Hitchcock and enjoyed all of them The Witches' Hammer is totally different from the others I have read It's tells a fascinating tale but felt like a conspiracy theory involving ancient books used by a fanatical Vatican splinter group Not really the type of story

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    characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Brilliant Ms Hitchcock writes the most interesting complex and intriguing stories The Witches Hammer is a great example and will grab a hold and take you on a wild ride Her descriptions and character development are superb and story line fascinating If you haven't enjoyed her books in the past I would encourage you to look her up I can't wait for

  9. says: characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock (PDF) The Witches' Hammer

    (PDF) The Witches' Hammer What's the deal with all the smoking references that had nothing to add to the story line

  10. says: Summary The Witches' Hammer (PDF) The Witches' Hammer Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read

    Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock Summary The Witches' Hammer 35 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ It started off really strong and then petered out like a misfired firecracker

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Summary The Witches' Hammer

The Witches' Hammer Read & Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock Summary The Witches' Hammer Is missing The horrific death of her beloved father has shattered Beatrice O'Connell's uiet sane and orderly world Only by tracking down the vanished malevolent tome with its dark spell and salacious illustrations can she hope to put things right But the search is leading Beatrice her ex husba I loved Bluff so I thought I d try another book by Jane Stanton Hitchcock The Witches Hammer was written 25 years ago and her writing and plotting has improved a great deal since then Bluff is a much better book I thought it was interesting that she found much of the same information that was used almost 10 years later in The Da Vinci Code Hitchcock s writing style is better than Dan Brown s but he was better at moving his plot forward uickly While I love the plot idea that finding a single book that can trigger multiple murders there was way too much talking among the characters and not enough action until the second half of the book Even though it was slow paced I was intrigued by the complex story and would recommend it

characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton HitchcockThe Witches' Hammer

The Witches' Hammer Read & Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock Summary The Witches' Hammer Nd and a mysterious occultist into an expanding labyrinth of powerful evils a tangled web that reaches as far as the Vatican itself What coveted secrets are hidden in the missing volume that threaten to turn Beatrice into precisely what her unseen and unrelenting enemies are determined to destr What s the deal with all the smoking references that had nothing to add to the story line

Jane Stanton Hitchcock ✓ 5 Read

The Witches' Hammer Read & Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Jane Stanton Hitchcock Summary The Witches' Hammer A respected surgeon and rare book collector is brutally murdered in his elegant Manhattan home just hours after showing a book dealer the fifteenth century manual of black magic a grimoire he'd received from a grateful patient Now the healer's blood is everywhere and only the priceless grimoire The lesson I learned from reading The Witches Hammer is this just because it says Hitchcock on the cover no matter how much I may want it to this does not mean I m about to read a deliciously complicated mystery worthy of old Alfred And this is my own damn fault because a big part of why I bought this book is because the name Hitchcock grabbed me Sure not Alfred But once the name got my attention I read the blurb and saw a review snippet that called the thing elegant so I thought okay I ll give this a shotOn the surface the core of the plot is sound We ve got a youngish heroine whose book collector father is murdered when he acuires a notorious grimoire and the blurb promises intrigue as she and her ex husband and an occultist book collector track down what the deal is with this grimoire We ve got the obligatory Secret Society that s an offshoot of fundamentalist Catholicism We ve got the heroine wandering all over the world as she tries to put all the pieces togetherBut here s where the book falls down the vast majority of it is just people talking to one another There s hardly any interesting action and most of this is at the end far too late to keep me from wishing that the characters would stop yapping to one another and get into a good ol fashioned shootout or car chase or brawl in a dark alleyRight in the wake of this is the other issue I have with this novel which is to say a lot of the aforementioned character dialogue is caught up with gender politics as personified by the heroine and her ex husband sniping at one another about how you guys want this and you gals feel that This got pretty tiresome to read after a while and wasn t helped much by the description of how the grimoire euated women with evil ravening succubi Don t get me wrong this is potentially powerful stuff to write about for me as a reader though this particular story didn t handle it well It came across heavy handed to me than anything elseNow all this said I should also give this book credit for doing a few unusual things It is unabashed in giving us a heroine who plain flat out does not care for sex and the experiences she has towards the beginning of the plot don t particularly resolve this uestion for her Neither do either of the main male characters which surprised me and which I rather respect I don t know if I like sex but I certainly didn t like it with you is a refreshing attitude to see in a novel I was also rather startled by the final fates of the main characters on which I won t elaborate here since that involves spoilersAll in all this was ultimately unsatisfying to me though there s enough here that it could work for a different reader For me two and a half stars

  • Paperback
  • 464
  • The Witches' Hammer
  • Jane Stanton Hitchcock
  • English
  • 28 October 2020
  • 9780451185082