The Witches of Enchanted Bay: A Bewitching Murder

Witches of Enchanted Bay Cozy Mystery, Book 4
Narrated by: Lainie Pahos
Length: 2 hrs and 26 mins
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Donut shop manager and secret witch Meg Walton has her picture-perfect small town life rocked when she finds out her old friend, Paige Martin, has died in Los Angeles. 

The police have ruled the death a suicide, but Meg's gut instinct is telling her foul play was involved. As Meg retraces the final days of Paige's life, she becomes convinced that her friend's death was murder. When the police brush Meg's theory off, she knows the only way for justice to be served is to find Paige's killer herself.
 

The Meg Walton Series:

  1. The Witches of Enchanted Bay
  2. Ax to Grind
  3. Killer Twist
  4. A Bewitching Murder
  5. A Riddle of a Murder
  6. The Nuts and Bolts of Murder
  7. Strangling Ambition
  8. Therapy Can Be Murder
©2016 Amelia Morgan (P)2019 Amelia Morgan

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  • 08-08-19

Great Cozy Clean Mystery

This is part of a series but a great stand alone book. This book has humor, and is a little paranormal cozy mystery. Meg works with her Detective boyfriend and of course her powers of being a witch to help solve murders. Meg finds a friend as committed suicide. She goes to Enchanted Bay to the funeral. She was meeting dead ends in the investigation, then her Mom said something which gave he a glue. You have to readvto see how this story goes. The characters are believable and interesting. The narration Lainie Pahos does is good. This is a great read, a great family read, and could be used for your teens. This book is clean no gore, sex or foul language.