The Witching Hour: A Novel - Part Two: The Mayfair Witches, Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: The Mayfair Witches, Chapters 13-16 Summary

The Mayfair Witches file that Michael reads begins with a translator's note that Aaron wrote in 1954, helping to place the information in history as well as introduce some of the characters. Petyr Van Abel, a member of the Talamasca during the 1600s, writes a letter to his superior in the order, Stefan Franck, explaining the fate of Deborah Mayfair. Petyr rescues Deborah from Scotland after her mother Suzanne is burned as a witch. Petyr brings Deborah to Amsterdam, hoping she will find refuge in the Talamasca. However, Deborah rejects the Talamasca as an order of witches. She uses her power over the spirit Lasher for personal gain. She marries an old painter and becomes rich, obtaining an incredible Brazilian emerald and gold necklace. When the painter dies, Deborah marries a foreigner...

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