I read two books today.
Well, I didn't finish the Wellhausen. That's okay. I own that one.
The other, from the list I posted the other day, is due back to the library tomorrow, since it is on the heavy demand list.
Christina Larner - Enemies of God: The Witchhunt in Scotland
Nothing really new here. This book purports itself to be something of a sourcebook in Scottish medieval with hunting. I'm not convinced. There is precious little of primary text quotes, which is what I'd expect in a sourcebook.
The conclusion that can be drawn, as with most books on witchhunts/trials is that the hunts/trials were more about fear of the unknown and the establishments concern with keeping social order than anything else.
Not worth recommending.