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The Ghosts of Beatrice Bird

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21st November 2023

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Selected: ebook / ISBN-13: 9780356516844

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A woman’s ability to see ghosts draws her into a journey of redemption and unexpected friendship in this
unforgettable story from the acclaimed author of A Secret History of Witches.

Beatrice Bird is plagued by ghosts. It’s a gift she’s had since she was a small child. Unfortunately, it’s a gift that has grown more intense, shifting from flashes and feelings to physical manifestations she can’t escape. In a desperate attempt for relief, Beatrice flees her home, her partner and a psychology practice in San Francisco for a remote island with only nuns and a few cows for company. She sees as few people as she possibly can. She doesn’t call home.

Then she meets Anne Iredale, a timid woman who has lost everything that matters to her. For the first time in a long time, Beatrice’s gift will be called on to help someone in need. The path to healing awaits both of them – if
Beatrice can find the courage to take the first step.

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Reviews

Laure Eve, author of THE GRACES, on A SECRET HISTORY OF WITCHES
A beautiful generational tale, reminiscent of Practical Magic . . . but much more expansive in scope. Grounded and real, painful and hopeful at the same time
LIBRARY JOURNAL on THE AGE OF WITCHES
A must-read for those who like magic, love, and a little bit of feel-good feminism in their historical fiction
BOOKLIST (starred review)
Morgan's superbly written historical novel set during the 1960s and 1970s offers a touch of the paranormal, complex and relatable characters, and resonant issues of abuse and control in a satisfying and highly relevant read . . . At once surprising, suspenseful, and thought-provoking, this may be Morgan's most compelling book yet