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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Witch Who Courted Death
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"Considering her status as the world’s most powerful medium, Corvossier ‘Casper’ von Klitzing had a pretty normal life. Her unrivalled ability to speak with and control the dead had made her a living, and made her a target.

"After a horrific incident in her home city of Berlin, Casper’s life is forever changed. The sole survivor, she is consumed with vengeance towards an enemy she doesn’t understand.

"Diving headfirst into the supernaturally secretive world of spells, charms and covens, it’s not long before Casper is crossing much more than just the line between the living and the dead..."

Source: Publisher's blurb. 

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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Hachette Australia , 2018 .
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      Extent: 288p.
      ISBN: 9780349421292

Works about this Work

The Witch Who Courted Death Natasha Tambiah , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Aurealis , no. 117 2019; (p. 68-69)

— Review of The Witch Who Courted Death Maria Lewis , 2018 single work novel
The Witch Who Courted Death Natasha Tambiah , 2019 single work review
— Appears in: Aurealis , no. 117 2019; (p. 68-69)

— Review of The Witch Who Courted Death Maria Lewis , 2018 single work novel
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