Ragbone Man

Ragbone Man

by Charlotte Lawrence



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781567184129
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Publication date: 01/01/1990
Series: PSI-Fi Series
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 4.17(w) x 6.87(h) x 0.91(d)

About the Author

Charlotte Lawrence lives northwest of Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, youngest son, and four dogs. She owns and operates a Metaphysical/ New Age bookstore called Renaissance Books and leads metaphysical seminars. She has been studying metaphysics since 1976 and teaching since 1981. In addition to being a bookstore owner and writer, Charlotte has been a professional musician, composer, and teacher.


Llewellyn is proud to present The Rag Bone Man by Charlotte Lawrence. An occult mystery guaranteed to send chills up your spine, it's the story of how the paranormal can invade anyone's life.

Rian McGuire is a young woman who is unaware of her psychic powers. She and her brother run their own book and herb shop in a small Maryland town. After an odd stranger leaves a mysterious book in the shop and then invades Rian's dreams, she begins a terrifying journey to discover the stranger's identity and intentions.

With magickal rituals and occult powers, elemental beings and near-death experiences, the suspense-filled battle between Rian and the mysterious Rag Bone Man weaves it way through worlds both seen and unseen before reaching its final terrifying climax.

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wyvernfriend on LibraryThing 7 months ago
Not incredibly impressive by any means but readable. Sometimes you wonder what's going on with the characters and whether or not serious time has passed, it might have been improved by some serious editing on the part of someone.Rian McGuire owns an occult shop and has some questions about the paranormal because of her involvement with this. A disturbing man leaves a book in her shop that leads her on an occult adventure. The more she gets into the occult the more she realises how much of a homecoming it all is. Quite choppy but readable.