Witch Dance

Witch Dance
Just south of Tupelo, Mississippi on the Natchez Trace lies a place of mystery called Witch Dance. When Thomas and Margaret Speedwell took their twins to Witch Dance for a weekend camping trip, they never imagined they would be pulled into a vortex of witchcraft, tragedy, and karma. One of the girls goes missing; the other won’t say what happened on the other side of the hill. The tragedy pulls together a cast of characters…
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For years the Bynum mounds have been a source of disappearing and intrigue. In a sleepy little town near Tupelo, a long-buried history will come back to present day and test the strength and courage of a mother.

Mom to twins, Margaret Speedwell has become a shadow of her former self. Once a formidable trial lawyer, she's a worrisome mother. A family vacation to save her crumbling marriage to her hometown lands them in the mist of a missing child and a mystery from that past.

Children has disappeared for years on the Bynum mound, disappearing without a trace. Families and lives have been destroyed and it will take the power of three women to bring this trauma to an end.

Lori Cane weaves historical Native American history into a suspenseful mystery of one mother's story to find her daughter at any cost.

While the synopsis had me intrigued, the book was another thing. I loved that a modern story of Native Americans was out, but it's told in the historically. I couldn't find myself drawn into the story or even able to connect with any of the characters.

 

While she they tried to come off as warm, they felt cold to me. The story jumps between history and present day to meet in the middle to become one telling.

I had high hopes for this book. I found the historical part of the book more intriguing than the modern-day story. It could be the main character, Margaret. I can relate to her experience of miscarriage and pregnancy, but I didn't feel any real emotion from her.

The takeaway from this story, never take your eyes off your kids, whether you believe in the myth or not.

Nicole

Creator of Bookstanista, a book and book style website, Nicole is a 30-something mom and wife to a Viking. A fan of Phantom of the Opera and Beauty and the Beast, she lives and breathes books. Her home library now consists of over 300 e-books and 500 paperback and hardback books. When she's not reading or reviewing books, you can find her interacting with authors or dreaming of a world with books and unicorns and toting around her Angora rabbit: Denim-Cyan.

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Creator of Bookstanista, a book and book style website, Nicole is a 30-something mom and wife to a Viking. A fan of Phantom of the Opera and Beauty and the Beast, she lives and breathes books. Her home library now consists of over 300 e-books and 500 paperback and hardback books. When she's not reading or reviewing books, you can find her interacting with authors or dreaming of a world with books and unicorns and toting around her Angora rabbit: Denim-Cyan.

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