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Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau [Download] ➵ Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau Author Olivia Hardy Ray – Thomashillier.co.uk Annabel’s husband, who has been missing for years, is finally discovered among the bowels of White Chapel England during the horror of Jack the Ripper His discovery brings Annabel and her family to Annabel’s husband, who has And The PDF ☆ been missing for years, is finally discovered among the bowels of White Chapel England during the horror of Jack the Ripper His discovery brings Annabel and her family to the turn of nineteenthcentury England hoping to rescue Michele from the Black Witch’s cage What they discover is that the Black Witch has been forced into an insidious pact with the devil and the devil, with malicious intent, is luring them all into a web of death Can they Annabel Horton PDF/EPUB ² escape his grasp?.


10 thoughts on “Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau

  1. Grady Grady says:

    A fascinating mystery!

    New York author Vera Jane Cook writes suspense filled sci-fi novels – PHAROAH’S STAR and ANNABEL HORTON, LOST WITCH OF SALEM and now ANNABEL HORTON AND THE BLACK WITCH OF PAU using the moniker ‘Olivia Hardy Ray,’ while maintaining her true name she has authored a number of prize winning women’s fiction novels – DANCING BACKWARD IN PARADISE, THE STORY OF SASSY SWEETWATER, PLEASANT DAY, WHERE THE WILDFLOWERS GROW, and LIES A RIVER DEEP. Her sci-fi novels luxuriate in a historical milieu while her women’s fiction novels are very much in the contemporary vein.

    Having read a novel in each of this talented author’s two realms, it is comfortable to report that she/’they’ are fine story spinners. The quality of prose is as enchanting as the stories she weaves.

    A taste of her gifts is evident in this winning tale, set in 1888 in London, as she welcomes us into her world – ‘The moon floated past my window like a round, celestial ship; it seemed detached from the sky as it beckoned me, this segregated, white, globular light. Clouds that looked like smoke nearly covered it, but it was still bright and full. I stood in the shadow it threw across my floor and whispered the incantations of conquest as I stared at it. Only when the moon is full could I do this. It kept me potent, this incantation. I have been whispering it for many years, mostly for others, but tonight, it was for me…’ And so we meet the Black Witch of Pau and this story is launched.

    This is Book 2 of her Annabel Horton series, and as a reflection, from the Salem Witch trials through the Nineteenth Century and beyond, Annabel Horton was pursued by the devil’s disciple, Urban Grandier, the demonic priest from the incident at Loudon. Now for the continuing saga, the plot is quickly summarized – ‘Annabel’s husband, who has been missing for years, is finally discovered among the bowels of White Chapel England during the horror of Jack the Ripper. His discovery brings Annabel and her family to the turn of nineteenth-century England hoping to rescue Michele from the Black Witch’s cage. What they discover is that the Black Witch has been forced into an insidious pact with the devil and the devil, with malicious intent, is luring them all into a web of death. Can they escape his grasp?’

    This is a fine visit to old England, witches, and mythology, and in ‘Olivia’s” hands the tale has both suspense and dark flavors that make is a successful read. Just the tale for a dark winter’s night. Recommended.


  2. Re:Views Re:Views says:

    In recent years, I have become a big fan of historical fiction. I love how it can immerse you in a world so completely different from your own. 'Annabel Horton and the Black Witch of Pau' by Olivia Hardy Ray certainly took me to another time, to the murky streets of London, crippled by fear during the killing spree of Jack the Ripper. Annabel has a lot more to fear than the infamous serial killer. Her husband has found himself in the clutches of the Black Witch and will have to battle with the Devil himself if she wants to set him free.

    I really enjoyed the 'Black Witch of Pau' it blended some many great genres, being a beautiful hybrid of historical fiction, sci-fi, supernatural fiction, and horror. It was well written, and a great take on the classic good vs. evil storyline. When I read this I didn't realise it was part of a series, but the other books are definitely on my ever-growing 'to read' list.


  3. Stephen R. Stephen R. says:

    Annabel Horton and the Black Witch of Pau is the second book in a series by Olivia Hardy Ray. The book is a piece of paranormal historical fiction that does an excellent job of blending the two genres. Olivia Hardy Ray takes us back in time thanks to her beautiful descriptions and her excellent attention to detail.

    The characters in the book are all excellent characters to spend time with and before you know it you are drawn into the thrilling battle of good vs evil which is the lynchpin of the narrative. The book doesn’t paint things so simply though and Olivia Hardy Ray manages to be a narrative that is both complex and highly enjoyable.

    Annabel Horton and the Black Witch of Pau is the perfect book for those who love bold, experimental genre hybrid pieces.


  4. Brenda Moser Brenda Moser says:

    The second book of the series brings another historical paranormal fantasy with strong characters and an intriguing story line. It's brought to life with the authors descriptive writing and vividly painted scenes. It's a fast paced read that had me glued to the pages right to the end. I'm looking forward to the next book. Highly recommend reading.

    I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. All opinions in this review are my own and freely given.


  5. Tayra Sanders Tayra Sanders says:

    This book hooked me from the beginning. I just couldn’t put it down. I fell for these characters and goodness, what a story just a perfect.


  6. Red Apple Red Apple says:

    Annabel Horton and the Black Witch of Pau is the second book in the series and it is just as compelling as the first, by one of my new favourite authors. This book kept me wrapped up in Hardy’s world when I was reading and also when I was not, which for me is a sign of a well-written story. This book is a perfect read for those who love experimental genre hybrid pieces. I already recommended this to bookworm friends and will look out for others by Hardy in the future. 5 stars


  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau is the second book in the series, I want to read the next book. A historical paranormal fantasy a story of suspense, evil, drama, danger, the Devil, and time travel. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.


  8. Truly Trendy PR Truly Trendy PR says:

    Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau is the second book in the series written by Olivia Hardy Ray. A historical paranormal fantasy that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Ray as created a world that is mysterious and alluring that is so vivid you will feel as if you are a character in the story. I could not turn the pages fast enough and read this in one sitting. I cannot wait to read the next book in the series. *I received a complimentary copy from RABT Book Tours and the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.*


  9. Savannah Savannah says:

    The holiday season is the best time of the year. This author is new to me. The story pulls you in. The cover art is amazing. The characters are wonderful.

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.


  10. Heather Bane Heather Bane says:

    I enjoyed this book. I found it well written and kept me wanting to read more. My interest was kept throughout and I recommend reading.

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.


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