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Publisher's Summary

Meg Walton can't believe her luck.

Shortly after her detective boyfriend, Connor Smith, comes down with the flu, a murder occurs in Enchanted Bay.

With Connor bedridden, Meg knows that she'll have to catch the killer herself.

But it won't be easy. Especially after Meg discovers a crazy secret about one of the suspects that changes the entire case. 

Witches of Enchanted Bay series:

  1. The Witches of Enchanted Bay
  2. Ax to Grind
  3. Killer Twist
  4. A Bewitching Murder
  5. The Nuts and Bolts of Murder
  6. A Riddle of a Murder
  7. Strangling Ambition
  8. Therapy Can Be Murder
  9. Sick of Murder
  10. Hexes and Other Hairy Situations
©2019 Amelia Morgan (P)2019 Amelia Morgan

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Cute story

Although this audiobook is shorter than what I typically listen to, it was still good. It ended with the possibility of more to come which is good. I received this free audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Delightful!

A fun short story that’s quick moving and easy to follow and enjoy:). Magic Powers always makes it fun! Robin Waters has a melodic voice that makes the listener want to hear more:)

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Enjoyable

A new friend found with a secret to keep. A murderer at larger and a sick boyfriend. A nice combination.

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LOVED IT

Another cute story with Meg. She is a witch who uses her powers to help solve murder. This time her boyfriend, who is a detective, gets the flu that is going around and is in bed. Of course a murder happens and Meg can't help but o get involve.even though the detective who is handling the murder since Conner is sick, does not want her help. But of course this does not stop Meg. During this investigation, she discovers there is another witch in town. This a cute , short cozy but worth listening/ready. The narrator an excellent job. I was gifted this book at my request and i am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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Sick of Murder

Meg is on her way over to her boyfriend Connor's place for their date night. Once she gets there she realizes he is very ill. A nasty virus has hit town and looks like Connor has picked it up. She takes care of him then leaves. She sees her neighbor and friend, Denise, and owner of her own business standing in front of her mailbox but totally lost in thought she didn't notice anything. When Meg walks over she surprises Denise. After talking for a bit, they each go their separate ways. The next time she gets to Connor's place his police radio sqwacks about a body being found at a business. Meg feels in the pit of her stomach that it's Denise. When she realizes the detective in training is going to investigate she decides to help behind his back. What starts as a typical(!!!!) murder investigation turns into a surprise investigation as one big surprise is discovered that will become a big plus in Meg's life. Now it's up to Meg to find her friend's killer while her boyfriend is sick. Narrator Robin Waters is fantastic and brings the characters to live. Fantastic story and audio!!

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  • 08-06-19

A Clean Cozy Mystery

A clean, short cozy mystery wher Megs friend is found murdered in Enchanted Bay. Meg's boyfriend Conner the Detective has the flu and it is so bad he is bedridden. She is on her own as an amateur sleuth to do the investigating. She goes outto question the suspects and with her being a witchit helps. No one knows she is a witch with skills. You will have to read/listen to see how this goes. There is a humor, the characters are believable and interesting. The narration is done by Ms Waters. Her voice keeps your interest till the end. This is a great family cozy mydtery as it is clean with no foul language or gore. Enjoy this book.

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A cute, simple cozy mystery with a bit of magic

Sick of Murder is a cute, simple cozy mystery with a bit of magic. The book makes a pleasant diversion for an hour and a half. The narrator does a pretty good job with the audiobook, though her reading is a little flat at times. I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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Very good book

I really liked the narrator Robin Waters she is very good I liked that Meg found a new witch friend

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Even better than the first book I read in the seri

Sick of Murder, my second short read/listen from author Amelia Morgan. Well-written & enjoyable, a cute, clean cozy mystery. I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing it. I was impressed and enjoyed the vocal variety & inflections of narrator Robin Waters. I look forward to reading more in this series & from this author and since I own other books by her it will be easy.. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018

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Murder and Magic

With her detective fiance sick with the flu, good witch Meg investigates the murder of a friend. Using some spells to enhance her sleuthing, she exposes the killer. A short cozy that would appeal to adult and YA readers. I was gifted this from the author.

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  • JRoper
  • 03-30-20

Works, out of sequence!

It appears that I listened to this one out of sequence, but it made no difference thankfully. A sweet, cosy little town murder/mystery with a teeny bit of witchcraft thrown in for added interest.

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  • Julie
  • 02-10-20

Colds and magic

This was a fun quick listen. I liked the fact that Meg had to solve this murder on her own because her boyfriend was to sick, even with magic help. The story and murder is wrapped up quickly, so great if you haven't got long to listen and hate stop starting a book. There is a number of suspects for the murder and Meg questions them all even if the police don't want her help. The use of magic is quirky, making it fun and Meg also gets a little surprise. I enjoyed this one but think it could have been a bit longer as when the end came I was surprised it had finished, I was still waiting for more questions to be asked. I liked the narrator and thought she sounded just right for this bunch of magical characters. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Ruby
  • 02-28-19

A spell for every occassion

Meg is looking after her sick fiancé and going about her day to day business when her neighbour is murdered. As her fiancé is the head detective in town she'll have to solve the crime herself! Oh did I mention she’s a witch..... Luckily for Meg it’s easy to solve a crime when she has a spell for everything, see through walls, talk to the dead, listen to private phone calls. I enjoyed the story, even if it is a little silly but its a quick fun listen. Please note, I did receive a free copy of this book in return for an unbiased review.