Fall 2017  

Friends:

The weather may not be cooperating, but I’m bringing out my fall decorations anyway! Halloween is on the horizon and Thanksgiving won’t be far behind.

This time of year is perfect to dip into THE WITCH FINDER. Set on the Scottish Borders of the 17th century, the story takes us back to a time when even educated men believed in witches.
 
The Witch Finder by Blythe Gifford
 
I self-published THE WITCH FINDER and it is darker and grittier than my books for Harlequin. Honored as a finalist in the Booksellers Best Contest in 2014, it was also named Book of the Month by The Review website, which wrote: “Because Blythe Gifford’s novel is based on known facts about witch hunting, everything is founded on the realms of possibility. This is how Gifford projects the drama, the angst, and the relief throughout. We readers are on tenterhooks often, and the relief, or sadness, of the characters after such events is palpable.” For the full article, see here: The Review

The story largely takes place during the week prior to All Hallow’s Eve which gives it a level of suspense and tension beyond my other books. But despite all evidence to the contrary, I can promise you a happy ending, something I’m sure we can all use.

It’s available across platforms and formats. For more information, an excerpt, and buy links, see the book page.

May autumn weather give you hours of cozy reading.

All my best,