28 DoBR: The Law Enforcement Guide To Wicca by Kerr Cuhulain
This came to me as a gift. The reason it was given to me was because of how well I treat my own books (the book was going to good hands that’d appreciate it), this book was given with numerous other books that became some of my most prized possessions that became one of the best days of my bookaholic life. Boxes and boxes of goodies?! It was like Christmas. I eventually made my way to this little blue book and discovered its endless value.
It doesn’t have much about it, the synopsis is small, but the title really says it all. It helps separate the truth of Wicca, witchcraft, and the truth of it. This is one of those non-fiction books I wish everyone would read. Reading through it I kept thinking on how this would be so useful for parents that may not understand their teenagers, invaluable to police officers on a scene, and how this would really calm uneasy beings thinking those that are practitioners are nothing more than ‘devil-worshipping heathens’.
It also, of course, stirred all nerves and connections in my ‘writer’s brain’ giving me ideas upon ideas that all live, for now, in notebooks.
The Law Enforcement Guide To Wicca.