By Tom Grieves
Whilst evening falls, worry spreads...
The Lake District: a wild panorama, rife with tales. Detectives Zoe Barnes and Sam Taylor are referred to as to enquire the disappearance of 2 little ones. yet they fast understand they've been drawn right into a complicated and unnerving case that hides a miles darker cause: as they dig deeper, whispers develop of a group hiding a dangerous secret—and speak of witches, the like of which hasn't been heard because the 17th century, is spreading.
Zoe and Sam must paintings speedy to avoid wasting lives; yet during this surroundings of worry and distrust, can they even depend upon one another?
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