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What books can I find featuring a female (eccentric, cynical, or spiteful) protagonist that hexes or curses others (or at least imagines/wishes she has the power to)? It need not be the focus of the story, as I'm only looking for a portion for oral interpretation. Preferably I would like this written in third person. Some examples of instances where you might find such a thing include Egypt and the Mummies' curse... witches... poltergeists, etc. However, a perfectly normal human or wanna-be hexer works too. An example of this might be an angst-filled teen who wishes her school would burn asunder and loathes her life in detail. I am looking for pieces that are humorous in their darkness preferably. Many thanks!