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After learning that she comes from a family of witches - and adopting a familiar named Alistair - artist Annabelle Britton has made beautiful Portsmouth, New Hampshire her home. Together, with her coven, this good witch is trying to put a stop to magic and murder most foul.

When Anna takes Alistair to see local veterinarian Ramona Forsythe, they meet the most famous cat in town: Ruby the Attitude Cat, spokes-feline for a pet food brand. But then Ramona turns up dead and Ruby goes missing. It seems like the murderer used magical means, so it's up to Anna and Alistair to catch a killer and cat-napper as only a canny cat can.

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It just keeps getting better.

I really enjoy this series. It reminds me of the awkward moments in my life when i was trying to be super woman. Young and trying to figure things out. Looking back those were good times. Especially learning to trust your own institutions.
The narrator is just perfect to me. Cant wait for the next book.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 10-08-17

Two and a half stars

This is a slow moving long drawn out story that is very close to being annoying. There are too many descriptions and too much second guessing of everyone's actions and thoughts. I will probably get the next book to find out what happens with her family. But if that one is long and drawn out it will be the last one

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Artificially long.

I had a difficult time staying with this story because it seemed to be made confusing as a reading device as opposed to just being a good story. I suppose I had hoped for more. There’s still potential and I hope to see that potential realized in this series.