"The Sea and Little Fishes" first appeared in Legends, a large anthology of stories that authors were asked to contribute to in order to expand their worlds. It had many great shorts in it, but this one was the primary reason that I bought the book.
That it was a short story set in Lancre as a witches book, I couldn't pass it up. When I read the tease that Pratchett had taken the idea of witch trials and turned it into something the witches had come up with, then I was more than ready for the book.
And the story doesn't disappoint. It's a tight short story, almost a novella by Discworld standards, and you learn even more, just how dangerous Granny can be,
Recurring characters and themes in this book:
Events in Lords and Ladies
Granny Esmerelda Weatherwax
King Verence II
Nanny Gytha Ogg
Old Mother Dismass
Poorchick and his cow