The Irish Witch

WHEATLEY, Dennis. The Irish Witch.

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WHEATLEY, Dennis The Irish Witch. London: Hutchinson, 1973.

8vo., two-tone black and red cloth, backstrip lined in black and lettered in gilt; original pictorial dust jacket designed by Biro; endpaper maps; pp. [ix], 10-446, [ii]; a fine copy, in jacket which is lightly faded to the spine, some crinkling to the acetate of jacket.
First edition.
"The Hell Fire Club is being revived – by a sensuous wanton who calls herself the Irish Witch. Once more the titled of the land are being sucked into its vortex of vice and degradation. And among them is Susan, Roger Brook's young and lovely daughter...Soon it will be Walpurgis Night. Soon a ruined castle will echo to the baying of initiates as Susan is led towards an altar – there to be ritually violated by the Priest of Satan." Bloomsbury.