The Witch Of Cologne

An epic love story set against the vivid backdrop of seventeenth-century Europe between Ruth bat Elazar Saul, a Jewish midwife involved in the Kabbala which she uses in her midwifery; and Detlef von Tennen, a young Catholic canon attached to the Cathedral. When Ruth is arrested by a Spanish inquisitor, Detlef is forced to take charge of her interrogation…

Sensuous – this steamy, riveting page-turner is also a paean to the triumph of a woman’s spirit.‘Publisher’s Weekly

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Publishers  Harper Collins Australian | Forge – USA

In Translation: German VGS (hardback) | German – Henke (paperback) | Holland – Arena 2006

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