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An Ye Harm None
AuthorHardie, Linda K.
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In this novel, Kestrel, a Wiccan woman whose mundane name is Karen, is searching for home and love after growing up in a rootless military family. She begins to find acceptance in Reno's pagan community and in local volunteer activities. Kes becomes friends with Becky, an evangelical Christian new to Northern Nevada, and the two come to terms with each other's religion. Meanwhile, Kes, fresh from two borderline-abusive relationships, enters into a relationship with Dark, a fellow pagan respected in the community, who has childhood issues of his own. The novel explores themes of friendship, religion, community, and domestic violence.