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The Winchester witches are in a tizzy.

Sam Cornell’s parents are coming to town, and Clove is beside herself. Meeting her boyfriend’s parents is a big deal. It doesn’t help that her cousins can’t stop making fun of her, which is the Winchester way, of course.

In addition to the Cornells' imminent visit, the Winchesters are also dealing with Sam’s new tanker. An afternoon visit knocks Bay for a metaphysical loop with ugly visions of a tragedy long since forgotten - by everyone but the dead. The belligerent ghosts set their sights on someone in the Winchester household - it’s just not Bay, for a change - and everyone has to rally together if they expect to make it out alive.

If ghosts and parental visits weren’t bad enough, Hemlock Cove has a firebug. Someone is going after business owners and festival booths, and the culprit is getting more and more daring. Two forms of evil are bound to collide, but when and where?

It’s going to take all of the Winchesters - and their friends - to solve a mystery decades in the making. The answers are there, if they can dig deep enough to find them. Surviving the ordeal won’t be easy, but it’s all hands on deck - this time literally - for another wacky Winchester adventure.

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

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I expected the narration to be an adjustment but I didn't expect it to change the characters personalities. I miss the snarky personalities of clove, bay and thistle. I don't think I will purchase any more of theses books if they are read by the new narrator.

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Love the story but

Love the story but not thrilled with the new narrator. wish the previous one would come back.

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Love this series

Would you consider the audio edition of The Trouble with Witches to be better than the print version?

Yes I love audio editions only way to go, for busy people you can sit an read

What three words best describe Hollis McCarthy’s voice?

The narrator is ok, it's unsettling when you change the narrator. not too happy about it

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Funny and Entertaining

I liked the characters, the family and friends strong bonds, funny plot developments and of course the witches powers. I really enjoyed listening this book. The narrator was very good too.

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Still enjoying this series

I always enjoy each new installment in this series Amanda Lee continues to write original storylines. Hollis McCarthy does a wonderful job of bringing it all to life.

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  • Adrianne
  • 12-04-17

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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring back ARIS to narrate these books. This narrator voice for Bay is whiney and annoying and Aunt Tillie' s voice just isn't suitable.