To Kill a Kettle Witch

To Kill a Kettle Witch by Barb Hendy

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Powerful prince Malcolm is facing ruin in the wake of a curse that has destroyed his harvest. He blames the band nomadic Móndyalítko who summer in the meadow below his castle—and he is determined to root out the people who caused the blight by any means necessary. When Céline and Amelie Fawe, descended from the Móndyalítko, learn that their mother’s people are under suspicion of sabotage and treason, they set out to use their magical gifts to save their estranged relatives and learn about their own origins. Now it’s up to the sisters—along with their motley escort, including a prince’s lieutenant, a shape-shifter, and an old woman with a murky past—to discover the source of the curse to restore life to the ravaged land and protect the innocent from unfair vengeance.

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Barb Hendy

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She was born in 1963. In 1993-1995 she studied at the University of Idaho, specializing in Composition Theory and Creative Writing. During her studies, she changed many jobs, including teaching in a kindergarten. From 1993 to 2006 she taught English in college, taught various courses, and later switched to teaching business writing online. During this period of his life, the first stories and novels of Barb were written. In May 2006, she and her husband quit their jobs and devoted themselves entirely to writing. Barb currently lives with her husband JS Hendy in southern Portland, Oregon, USA, an hour`s drive from the coast. She has a daughter, Jacqueline, who lives in Houston, Texas with her husband Paul. Barb considers “The Mists of Avalon” by Marion Zimmer Bradley, “Ship`s Hill” by Richard Adams and “The Witching Hour” by Anne Rice as her favorite works. And while she`s not a fan of all of Anne Rice`s works, she sincerely considers The Witching Hour to be one of the most impressive American novels. Currently, Barb no longer reads science fiction, fantasy or dark fantasy in such volumes, preferring the mainstream and historical novels. Barb`s works have been published in numerous genre magazines and anthologies. She considers her most successful novels to be novels from the "Dampir" (Noble Dead Saga) series, written together with her husband. In 2008, Barb sold the idea for the solo cycle "The Vampire Memories" to Roc Books and is now working on two large projects in parallel. Official site https://www.barbhendee.org/ Taken from the site http://fantlab.ru/

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She was born in 1963. In 1993-1995 she studied at the University of Idaho, specializing in Composition Theory and Creative Writing. During her studies, she changed many jobs, including teaching in a kindergarten. From 1993 to 2006 she taught English in college, taught various courses, and later switched to teaching business writing online. During this period of his life, the first stories and novels of Barb were written. In May 2006, she and her husband quit their jobs and devoted themselves entirely to writing. Barb currently lives with her husband JS Hendy in southern Portland, Oregon, USA, an hour`s drive from the coast. She has a daughter, Jacqueline, who lives in Houston, Texas with her husband Paul. Barb considers “The Mists of Avalon” by Marion Zimmer Bradley, “Ship`s Hill” by Richard Adams and “The Witching Hour” by Anne Rice as her favorite works. And while she`s not a fan of all of Anne Rice`s works, she sincerely considers The Witching Hour to be one of the most impressive American novels. Currently, Barb no longer reads science fiction, fantasy or dark fantasy in such volumes, preferring the mainstream and historical novels. Barb`s works have been published in numerous genre magazines and anthologies. She considers her most successful novels to be novels from the "Dampir" (Noble Dead Saga) series, written together with her husband. In 2008, Barb sold the idea for the solo cycle "The Vampire Memories" to Roc Books and is now working on two large projects in parallel. Official site https://www.barbhendee.org/ Taken from the site http://fantlab.ru/