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Rosemary Edghill is a prolific writer in several genres, under her own name and various pseudonyms. Her Bast books, witty mysteries featuring a Wiccan amateur detective, were collected in Bell, Book, and Murder. She has also written Regency Romances and fantasy novels, including several collaborations with Mercedes Lackey (Spirits White as Lightning and Mad Maudlin) and Andre Norton (Shadow of Albion and Leopard in Exile).
Edghill lives in upstate New York with several cats and several Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, which she shows in obedience competitions.
It was a wonderful surprise when I found out that the book had more than two stories. Great read for anyone into witches AND mysteries!Published 22 months ago by Lady Kaldea
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This collection is proof that I do like mysteries sometimes! It was recommended to me by a teacher from high school, so it must be good right? Read more
There is a good reason this author has not published any more of these so-called novels (they are really novellas, folks) about her witch-slash-amateur detective, Bast: They aren't... Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Filumena
These books (all in one book) are great!!! I loved Bast, loved the mystery and twists and turns. It is truly a must read, esp. Read morePublished on February 17, 2009 by gypsysoul
First, the criticisms: The author used stream of consciousness writing, i.e. proper punctuation goes out the window. Read morePublished on May 18, 2008 by Sara
This collection of Rosemary Edghill's "Bast" mysteries is a wonderful introduction to a talented writer and a no-nonsense look at modern Pagans. Read morePublished on April 20, 2007 by Lynda in Oregon
the authour has made an interesting twist on the standing idea
of the night time detective. Read more
I was introduced to this trilogy through "The Book of Moons," and immediately fell in love with Ms. Edghill's writing style. Read morePublished on July 20, 2005 by Measi
It's so wonderful to finally find a writer who tells about the true, every day life of a "real" witch. Read morePublished on October 16, 2004 by Ms. Lily Blum