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Publisher's Summary

The Seven Caves tourist attraction has been a safe haven for 20-year-old Bailey Robinson, that is until murder strikes a failing movie star in one of the Caves. The celebrity grew up in the town near the Seven Caves and was about to reveal the secret writings on their walls. But something murderous lurks within the Caves and Bailey is about to discover that she is one part of that secret.

Find out what happens as Bailey and her friends, Avery and Piper, discover that even a small town has a treasure trove of secrets, and some of them are magical, while others are sinister.

©2016 Constance Barker (P)2017 Constance Barker

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Great Book

Another great book from Constance Barker. I love her mystery books that keep you guessing who did it. Now on to the next.

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Great start to a series

This cozy mystery about a small town was very well written and narrated! I am going to start the second book now as I have fallen in love with this series!

I was given a copy of this audiobook in return for my unbiased opinion

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Magical mystery

I love mysteries, and I love books with witches so this seemed to be a no brainer.
Even though the main character is 20, this feels like a young adult novel. That isn’t a bad thing, just not what I expected.
I listen to the story at 1.35 speed so I don’t feel I can give an accurate review of the narration. I will say that I have listened to many books narrated by Angel Clark at this speed, and this book was not my favorite.
This book was light on magic and heavy on murder – I am ok with that too. I don’t have anything negative to say about the book, but for me it was just ok.

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The Witching on the Wall

Bailey is a witch who was adopted by a non-magic family at birth. She is treated pretty badly by her boss, and allows it. This story is less about the supernatural and being a witch and more about a murder mystery, I am not complaining, I like the mystery aspect but expected more magice. SInce this is a series and Bailey just learns about magic in this book, I am certain there is more in future books.

I didn't have strong feelings about this book either way. It is a short listen, and interesting but the main character is a bit,( I can't think of a good word - weak, maybe?) "less than" for my taste.

I received all of the books in this series in exchange for an honest review so I will be listening to the whole series.

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Bailey now twenty with her friends, find the secrets within the caves that are well known in this town. Clark voice added to this mystery and well done. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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Good book

Not my favorite Constance Barker book but still very likeable. Can't say I've disliked any of them wither.

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Magical!

Listening to this unique story following Bailey's adventure into her town and her heritage has been like living in another world. I almost want to go digging around for secrets in my own town, but I'd rather sit at home and hear Angel Clark reading me another exciting story.

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  • Emille Wolstenholme
  • 01-23-21

Enjoyable and easy listening

An easy to listen to cosy mystery with a dash of supernatural. The characters were developed enough to enjoy the book though at times I had to think as to which character they were referring to especially with the similar name Poppy and Piper. This is not an issue with reading a book but can be when it is spoken word.
I did hope that Bailey would have found out more about her birth parents but perhaps that will come in future books.
Overall, the book is worth a listen to.

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  • Julie
  • 08-01-20

It not all in your head

I love witchy mysteries mainly because I like listening about how the character grows and learns to control there powers and this book has the making of a good series. There is no real magic used in this book because it is just a shortish story and the main character only just discovers she has powers (maybe if it was longer we would have seen more use of them) but a good and interesting start. There is a murder but it only really gets solved by accident rather than any good investigation skills and there isn't really very many suspects. I liked the characters, especially the best friends who added to the story with there home life. Off to start book two.
Bailey has always known she was adopted and something draws her to the seven caves. That is why she acts as a tour guide and is the only one willing to put up with the bossy and grumpy owner. She isn't surprised when she gets lumbered with running around after a film crew who wants to do a shown on the caves and the surrounding village. But what does surprise her is stumbling over the body of the host of the show, the lady who was going to do a big reveal about the cave and its history. Bailey has been feeling weird for days now and with the police closing the only place she was able to find the peace she needed away from all the noise and the headaches, she and her friends get together to solve the murder and uncover a few secrets along the way. Maybe even the most important one, the real reason why her mother abandoned her all those years ago. Is she ready to handle the answers she gest or will it drive her away from the only home and town she knows.
I liked the narrator but did think the voice she used for the main character was to deep.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.