Audience: Paranormal Cozy Mystery
Length: 298 pages
Author: A.A. Albright
Release Date: December 1st, 2017
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A witch, a weredog and a wizard walk into a bar …
When three unlikely friends kill themselves in a popular weredog bar, Wanda Wayfair is convinced that there’s more to the story. With the coven’s work now in the hands of the Minister’s Peacemakers, an investigation would be ill-advised.
But since when do witches listen to advice?
All of the deaths have something in common – every one of the deceased worked in Plimpton’s Brooms. With the Everest Climb – the biggest broom race in the witching world – about to take place, Wanda hopes to find the answers there. Especially since Everest is also the place where an annoying young witch was last seen in public.
Wanda needs to solve the murders, track down Candace Plimpton and return her to her cute-as-a-button kitten …
And while she’s at it, she might finally find out what her broom has to do with it all.
CAN’T STOP. WON’T STOP.
But really. I can’t stop reading this series.
Not a problem at all.
There’s something compelling about the simplicity of a cozy mystery that has really drawn me in. I love following Wanda on her adventures. Her tenacity to solve the murder mystery, while also supporting those around her just works together beautifully.
I don’t know how I’m supposed to ship Wanda with though! I have somehow caught myself up in a love triangle, that when reading, doesn’t even read as one. BUT I KNOW IT IS. I’ve convinced myself it is at least, because I know where I’m still leaning. It’s at least not annoying me, so yay for a love triangle [maybe] that’s working for me.
I appreciate that this mystery did actually shake up location and story line. Got to take care of a few malicious witches, solve some family troubles, and a whole lot more. There’s plenty packed in to a small amount of pages and I love it. On to the next!
Overall audience notes:
- Paranormal cozy mystery
- Language: none
- Romance: kisses
- Violence: murder (believed to be a suicide, but is found out to be a murder)