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Brimstone - a town where supernatural beings live - and where crime is on the increase.

Just like her gran, Cassia Winter is a witch. The Winter witches are responsible for investigating crimes in Brimstone. The only problem is, Cassia doesn't know she's a witch yet.

When Gran tells Cassia about her true nature, Cassia dismisses it as nonsense. But a terrible incident causes Cassia to change her mind. With her cat, Stanley, at her side, Cassia enters Brimstone and is soon investigating the murder of a werewolf.

©2017 Gillian Rogerson (P)2017 Gillian Rogerson

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Good cozy mystery.

Cassia WInters is a witch, but she has suppressed that side of herself since she was young. Cassia's Gran investigates crimes in Brimstone, but when a tragedy occurs, Cassie is called into investigate. Cassie doesn't believe her gran when she tells her she's a witch, but upon entering Brimstone, her memory comes back bit by bit.

This was really good. There were a few plot holes but nothing that took away from the overall feeling of the book. The plot was relatively fast paced and entertaining. Cassia has blocked all the magic out of her memory, which I didn't really understand how she could have! But things start coming together and you see bits and pieces of her life. I loved the idea of Brimstone, and how you get there, I loved learning about the other magical creatures too. I also adored the cats!!! The cat visiting the funerals!!! Lol.

In all, a fun and engaging read. It's a good start to the series and makes me want to listen to more. I enjoyed all the characters and can't wait to see more of them.

Kitt Sullivan did a good job. She was easy to listen to and clear. I felt like she needed a few different tones for the male characters though. I also wanted a little more inflection and excitement from her performance.

I was voluntarily provided this audiobook for free from the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Who killed the werewolf?

Love this book. It kept me entertained throughout the book. I just love the talking cats. Kept me guessing who the killer was throughout. What a surprise to find out who actually did it and why. I look forward to more in this series. I received this book free of charge in exchange for a honest review.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Fun , cozy mystery of the paranormal kind

I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

As an avid reader/listener of audiobooks , I have to say I really enjoyed this fun quick read. The world that Ms Fernsby writes about sounds absolutely magical! All of the characters were interesting and well developed. And our MC, Cassia, is a sweet young lady that we can all cheer on. This story had many different stories going on within the book.. Cassia finding herself - deciding on a career, looking closer at her romantic relationships ; Grandma exposing the family secrets ; and so much more. Some parts were a bit irritating, like the boyfriend .. but each story must have it's villains. I just somehow doubt a girl as cool as Cassia would put up with him as much as she did.
So, I definitely recommend this story to those cozy mystery lovers. As far as the true criminal fans, I would say look elsewhere... this is probably not your cup of tea ;)

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Cozy Mystery Meets Guardian Witches

Well written and well read. Gran and Cassia are warm, charming characters you can't help but love. The murder mystery is complex enough to keep you interested and the magical village and it's supernatural inhabitants are interesting and believable.
I would recommend this book as a great afternoon's entertainment for anyone who enjoys cozy mysteries with a paranormal flair.

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  • On the Edge of Glory
  • 10-05-17

Fresh New Paranormal Mystery!

When I first saw this on Audible, I added it to my Wish List. I was honored to be rewarded with a promotional copy and this review is freely given with my praise and depth of gratitude because it surpassed my expectations.

The characters were a warm bunch. The main character was innocent and grew. Her grandmother was cranky and funny and at times, a half-cracked nut. The plot was wonderful and truly a refreshing take on the paranormal creatures. No stereotypical eye rolls or sighing, here we go again in this piece of art!
Although the MC "discovers" she's a witch (I'm almost sick of this played out angle in books!), she comes into her powers and the climax isn't the way-out-in-left field, too incredible and unrealistic. It was subtle and fitting.
The narrator was perfect for the whimsical vocabulary and descriptive phrases. I fell in love with the writing and immersed in Brimstone.
The last scene (the guest at the door) could have been cut. *That* was a bit over the top.
This is a top-notch audiobook from a skilled author and narrator. It's an outstanding first-in-the-series stand alone book - another glowing star, as far as I'm concerned.
I'd completely recommend this book, as it's in a class of its own, standing high above the others in this genre.

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Murder of a werewolf

This was a good spooky/cozy mystery story.Kitt Sullivan was a good narrator.I will be looking for book #2.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”

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Wonderful Witch Mystery

Murder of a Werewolf is a fantastic first in series. The story is fast paced with in depth characters that will captivate you from the start. The narration is also on point. I look forward to more in this series.

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Pretty good for first in series

April Farnsby had crafted a pretty good book for the first in the series, with an original storyline. Kitt Sullivan did a good job of bringing it all to life.

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A Good Listen

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request, and have voluntarily left this review. I found this quirky tale of witches very enjoyable. It had all the fundamentals to make a good mystery, throw in untrained witch and very unique charaters, you have a good mystery with lots of twists. It made my trip go so much faster and I'll be checking out more books from this series.

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Loved this!

Loved listening to this! The world and characters of Brimstone are great and I look forward to more from this series. The narrator did an amazing job with different voices for the characters. I received a review copy of this audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Layla
  • 10-17-17

Murder of a werewolf

I found this really slow to begin with, but it was an interesting read. This is a type of book that would be good as a film then a book in my opinion.

I would still recommend this if you like cozy mysteries with fantansy put in the mix.
There is no profanity or sexual content. There is some mild violence.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.