Four days before Christmas in Elk Park, Colorado, genealogist Anna Denning discovers a client's body. When she starts asking questions no one wants answered, she becomes the killer's next target. Still grieving the death of her husband, Anna must draw on her wounded faith to enter a world of wicca and paganism - reminders of a past she buried long ago - and discover the secret of The Witch Tree.
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love karins writing, wonderful book
the way the story played out.
i liked her style of reading. she was very expressive in her voice. it really brought the story to life for me.
i really like karins style of writing, she knows how to bring her charactors to life. for me its like seeing the movie play out in my mind, that to me is a great writer. I was told once by my english teacher to write your story so that i can visualize it in my head. that is what karins writing does for me. excellent!!!!!!!!!!
Interesting story...bad narration.
Unfortunately, I didn't find the listening all that enjoyable. I stuck with it because I liked the story. I didn't feel the narrator was a very good one.
Someone that could make the characters clearer. Half the time, I couldn't tell which character was speaking, not even the difference between the men and women. It can make it a bit hard to follow the story. There was little to no inflection or dramatization of the story, as she read it.
If I decide to get any more of the Anna Denning novels, I will be buying them to read myself. I just didn't care for Becky Doughty's narration.
- Divine Lunacy