The Well Below the Valley

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A forgotten foe from Caitlin's past holds the key to a present mystery but threatens Caitlin's family. With her life at risk, Caitlin must transform her enemy into an ally. Trust has a cost that may prove too great, but refusing to pay it will doom more to die in terror. 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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Review by: Stef Maruch on Jan. 4, 2017 :
I love Katherine Lampe's writing style. It is like listening to a stream in the forest.

The Caitlin Ross series is a refreshingly different take on modern paranormal small-town fantasy, written by a practicing witch. The books are set in rural Colorado (and the beautifully described landscape is a character in its own right). The protagonist couple are two strong and stubborn people who consider each other equals. They have both a complex, loving relationship and a working partnership. Romance is an important part of their relationship but is not the primary plot driver. The protagonists have some magical abilities but aren't superpowered and they have to work for their magical successes. Lampe doesn't shy away from serious topics (this book touches on the aftermaths of trauma, agricultural labor, and small town drug abuse) and the social issues are well woven into the story; it never gets preachy. As a practicing witch, Lampe describes ceremonies and rituals beautifully and clearly; both knowledgeable pagan practitioners and those who don't know a lot about the modern practice of magic and shamanism will love these scenes.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
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