• Murders and Witches

  • Western Witch Stories 1 and 2
  • By: Rachel Swenson
  • Narrated by: Laura Oskins
  • Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This bundle contains two consecutive books, which are:

Behexed and Baffled: Luna is a young woman in her twenties with a spark of innocence, but not without wits and intellect. She also happens to be a witch, a trade that has been passed on through generations. However, she knows not to use magic for the wrong reasons, and to always use it within reasonable boundaries.

Her life with her black cat seems to be flawless, and her new gift shop is, however challenging, successful enough for her to make a decent living. But trouble is in the air. During a festive parade, she is pointed towards a dead body by a little girl. The girl’s father, a detective, sees something in the future amateur sleuth and asks her to accompany him in his investigation of the murder.

Moreover, Luna takes advice from a witch with a nose for darkness, Agatha, who is trying to put her on the wrong path.

Will Luna helps solve the case?

Will she fall for the single father, the handsome detective?

Will she succumb to the temptations of her fellow witch?

Witch in the Woods: Sheriff Kaife hasn’t seen anything, he claims. The girl that’s missing could have very well been killed already. When Luna arrives in the woods, she questions his methods but at the same time, tries to learn from the sheriff to become a better detective.

The two team up and go on a search. They see shadows, freaky people, and become puzzled by the many different options. What happened on that rock, the day that girl seemed to have vanished into thin air?

Make this your lucky day by getting this two in one bundle now!

©2019 Rachel Swenson (P)2020 Rachel Swenson

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Fun bundle

Fun bundle of two books. I liked the part where the main character runs off the hill and figures that a sports bra may come in handy. I know the struggles of uhm... well, those things very well. Also, I was surprised by the author's vocabulary sometimes, and I thought the cat was very witty. The beach book was actually my favorite, the first of them. That had a lot of fun stuff. I like cozy mysteries to be funny.

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wish I never got this book

not a good story line and I'm sorry truly sorry to say this but the readers voice was a little annoying and sounded very nasal. Using the term, "They looked Mexican," over and over again eventually angered me!

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Yay!

I was looking exactly for someting like this. I love cozy witch mysteries, and this is one of those good ones that delivers. I liked the restaurant scene and the scene on the broom in the first book (Oh, a mop, right?). And the second one was funny too.

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Very good

This is a very good combo of two consecutive books that go along with each other. The stories are both different, but the ending of story one kind of leads to the beginning of story two. I am hoping to see more from this author. I loved it.

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