Life's a Witch

Wicked Witches of the Midwest, Book 7
Narrated by: Aris
Series: Wicked Witches of the Midwest, Book Mystery Book 7
Length: 9 hrs and 13 mins
5 out of 5 stars (191 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Life's a witch...and then you die.

Bay Winchester is living the witch part - literally. She's hoping to avoid the dying part.

The Winchester world is full of trouble when great-aunt Willa and cousin Rosemary come to town. It's clear they're up to something, but no one can figure out what.

Aunt Tillie is loading for bear. She's declared war on her sister, and she's not taking prisoners - or looking to skirt collateral damage.

When a young man's body shows up at Hollow Creek, Bay's attention is divided thanks to a morose ghost who blames her for ending "party time" and Aunt Tillie's refusal to back down.

FBI Agent Landon Michaels enjoys watching the show, although he's worried the dead man's ties to the local drug trade could put the Winchesters in danger due to Aunt Tillie's "glaucoma medicine" side business.

Local kids are trying to steal from the property, Aunt Willa is trying to undermine everyone, and Aunt Tillie has a secret that she's dying to spill - that is, when she's not protecting her land with a shotgun.

Bay is determined to find answers, even if she dies in the process.

©2016 Amanda M. Lee (P)2017 Amanda M. Lee

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Another good witch story

Another good witch story... however if I have to hear the word non plussed or dead panned a million times... I'm gonna have to find a different series to follow

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Great book series

Love, love this series listened to all books in the series over and over again. Wish there were more books in the series.

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Wicked witches of the Midwest VS Torrent witches

I cannot believe how similar these stories are. I’m not sure which came first but shame on whoever stole the foundation of these series.
It’s disgusting.
I have enjoyed both series but have gritted my teeth through the witches of the Midwest because I have already “read” the Torrent series.

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Love Aunt Tilly!❤️

This is a fun series. The first six books are in two box sets which is awesome! Wish they were all done like that but each is worth buying on it’s own so it’s worthy of credit spending.

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Still enjoying this series...

I'm still enjoying this series, although I wouldn't believe I would enjoy it as much as I do. Amanda M. Lee's creative writing just draws the reader in and takes hold. If you're a fan of paranormal mysteries, you'll enjoy this book.

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Still got it

Once again this series delivers an entertaining story. I was a little distracted by the repetitive overuse of certain words in this one, but not enough to spoil my enjoyment.