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Witch - Lorne Patterson Good goods come in small parcels comes to mind while reading Lorne Patterson's first Novel Witch.

The death of a paedophile and an investigation led by detective Jamie McFadden takes us to Scotland and a secluded clinic called Haven for abused women. Haven is a home to more than abused woman as it has a deep dark history which unfolds as the story is told.

Started this book at night but realised very quickly why I should read in the daylight as is quite dark and freaky. This is not my normal reading genre but enjoyed the read and look forward to this author's next novel.