Dark Ladies: 'Conjure Wife' and 'Our Lady of Darkness'
Macmillan, 1999 M10 12 - 352 páginas
Witchcraft. Norman Saylor considered it nothing but superstition, until he learned that his own wife was a practicing sorceress. Even still, he refuses to accept the truth that every woman knows...that in the secret occult warfare that governs our lives, witchcraft is a matter of life and death.
Our Lady of Darkness
Middle-aged San Francisco horror writer Franz Westen is rediscovering ordinary life following a long alcoholic binge. The one day, peering at his apartment window from a top a nearby hill, he sees a pale, brown thing lean out his window...and wave.
This encounter sends Westen on a quest through ancient books and modern streets, for the dark forces and paramental entities that thrive amidst the towering skyscrapers...and, meanwhile, the entities are also looking for him.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - dbsovereign - LibraryThing
_Conjure Wife_ was a bit dated, but still fun. Have not read _Our Lady of Darkness_ yet. Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - irkthepurist - LibraryThing
I've always wanted to read "Conjure Wife" as I'm a huge fan of the British film adaptation "Night of the Eagle", and although I already own a copy of "Our Lady of Darkness" I snapped this up ... Leer comentario completo