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A wish is the strongest form of magic. It's also the most dangerous.

For psychic Charlie Payne being haunted is an everyday experience. When Charlie agrees to help her cousin forage for furniture at an auction she expects to steer her cousin clear of any lingering spirits. But a child's wish makes that impossible. When her cousin brings home an object with a ghost-child attached to it, Charlie finds herself drawn into a 60-year-old mystery.

Her instinct is to help the child move toward the light. But the deeper she digs, the more she realizes that some things should stay buried, because a spirit guarding a secret will do whatever it takes to protect it, including kill.

Shadow Child is the sixth book in the Witches of Palmetto Point series. If you like spine-tingling supernatural suspense, witches, ghosts, and other paranormal creatures then you will love the Witches of Palmetto Point series.

©2019 Wendy L Farley (P)2021 Wendy L Farley

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love wendy wang, narrator not so much

I've loved all of wendy Wang's books, but when the narrator changed it went downhill for me. the first narrator was awesome and made the story come alive in my mind. the most recent narrator is nails on a chalkboard! I couldn't even finish the book and that saddens me. if I had time to actually sit a read, I'd get the paper copies, but I don't have that kind of time which is why I chose audible a few years back. Ms. Wang, I love your books and you do a superb job but this latest narrator has to go 😔

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Hate Lisa, Jason's a douche

The reader makes them all seen too HAPPY and dense. NOT enjoying all characters 😬😬😬😬😬

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We learn about family..

Finally - more about the family!! Ruby is more at the center and not as in the previous books, but people aren’t as they appear. What you’ll find; relationships deepen, jobs are on the line, more spirit encounters, and Jack needs more than one “Jack” because of Tom - and let’s just say- you never know what kind of wishing will get Ruby into trouble. Don’t worry though - some ghosts still hang around..Another amazing story - let’s go audible release the rest already!

Just keep reading, or listening so I don’t get away any spoilers!

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great books, some storylines are hard to tolerate

Jason and Lisa are hard characters to tolerate. they are perfect as a couple, the selfishness in each should prove interesting.