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Hemlock Cove is mired in a cold snap, which means the town is calm and quiet. That all changes in an instant when a beer truck tips over on the highway and half the town shows up to get drunk. 

Bay Winchester is about to be the sole owner of the town newspaper so she heads out to take photos...and accidentally stumbles over several bodies. It seems there’s a serial killer on the loose, although no one can figure out if the dump site was convenient or if the killer is local. 

Some hard digging leads Bay to a local college, where the only thing that stands out is a cellphone game that seems to be taking over the populace. Bay can’t shake the feeling that there’s something off about the game, but that pales in comparison to the dead girls and the motive behind multiple killings. 

Things spiral out of control when the game developers pick Hemlock Cove for a big event, which means the town is suddenly flooded with gamers...including Aunt Tillie, who decides that winning really is the most important thing. 

Things are about to get wicked for the Winchesters. There’s a killer in their midst and Bay appears to be displaying a new power that no one saw coming. 

It’s only a matter of time until two powerful forces collide. Who comes out standing is anybody’s guess but Bay’s new power will be on full display...and may be the ultimate factor in her survival.

©2018 Amanda M. Lee (P)2018 Amanda M. Lee

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I always enjoy the Witches of the Midwest

Amanda M. Lee has written another good installment in her Witches of the Midwest series. I like listening to Bay and company in whatever bad situation she finds herself in and how she gets everyone involved. Hollis McCarthy brings it all to life.

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  • Cindy
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  • 05-13-18

Another Great Addition

It was nice to see Bay use her Witchy talents, in fact it be nice to see all of them do so. I still love the books, have them all, but their all witches and except for aunt Tillie's it's rare. Thanks for the change.

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Love this series

I can’t get enough of these women! All the books from the full length books to the short stories and the fantasy’s. I am always thrilled to see a new book.
Theses aunts and cousins are full of fire and love. The snark may fly but the always gave each other’s back. The progression of there lives is being done so well. Amanda M Lee has one busy talented mind. I hope she never stops!!

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I loved it

Great story, funny as always. Bay is getting stronger, she managed to protect herself without much help. Landon finally acts as an adult and trusts in Bay's powers. I really enjoyed the book. I hope there is a next one with lots of witchy powers

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