The Cruel Mother

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When Caitlin Ross returns to her childhood home to face her mother’s impending death, she becomes involved with a teenager whose bizarre troubles shed new light on Caitlin’s own past. More

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About Katherine Lampe

Some people posit that Katherine Lampe is a construct capable of existing in multiple realities simultaneously. Others maintain that she is a changeling, or at least has a large proportion of non-human blood. It is possible that her brain is the result of a government experiment, although which government is uncertain and as of this date none has claimed responsibility.

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Michael Zimmerle reviewed on on Nov. 12, 2013

Once again Katherine Lampe has written a winner. This installment of the Cailtin Ross series shows us just a little more of our favorite rural witch by taking us back to Caitlin's birth place for the unfortunate passing of her mother. There is a good reason why Caitlin and Timber live as far from Caitlin's family as they do. This is not always an easy book to read. The interactions with Caitlin's family are painful and give the reader insight into a past that rip at the heart of every reader who has grown to love her.
Fortunately, there is plenty of magic and otherworldly interaction to satisfy the magic addicts, along with a smattering of Timber's ass-kicking action.
Lampe continues to satisfy readers with the kind of rich characterization and deeply moving description that she is so adept at producing. I found myself feeling the pain and discomfort of each scene including finding tears threatening to blur the words as I read the climax.
If you have followed Caitlin's adventures this far, you won't be disappointed by this latest offering. If you are new to the series, you will be eager to find out what has happened up to this point.
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Keri Dudas reviewed on on Nov. 3, 2013

I've had the privilege of reading Katherine's latest work. It's another brilliant novel, her characters remaining true to their personalities, lives and of course their habit of walking into trouble. Although, the trouble they find themselves in is certainly new and very different. Katherine has created a world within a world that will twist, turn and bend your mind, imagination and leaving you guessing until the very end on a roller-coaster ride that your brain will still be reeling from long after the book is over. You've never encountered supernatural creatures like this before and I doubt you ever will again. Way to go Katherine!
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