This is a very good book, however, it is the Wiccan form of Witchcraft and not "traditional", so Ms McCoy does talk quite abit about the wiccan laws of harming no one and three fold law, although, she does have a refreshing common sense attitude to both laws that is often missing from books on Wicca.
I am not a wiccan, however, I did find this book very interesting, and the questions the author raises, the challenges she puts in front of the reader are applicable to most pagan paths. Much of what she writes has a kaballah flavour, and is just a damn good, interesting read. If you thought all Wiccans are just fluffy, love the light to be ridiculed people, then read this book and open your eyes a little more and appreciate there is a lot more depth to Wicca than you find in the basic "how to" books for novices!
As I said, this is primarily a book on advance Wicca and not really witchcraft - the author appears to use the term "witchcraft" in this situation to mean the Wiccan interpretation. However, there is still much good stuff in this book for the non-wiccan witch!