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Way of the Witch

Maggie Mulgrew Mysteries, Book 5
By: Cate Dean
Narrated by: Lukas Arnold
Series: Maggie Mulgrew Mysteries, Book 5
Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
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Welcome back to Holmestead - where an old legend, the death of a local, and a friend in trouble disrupt this picture postcard village.

Maggie's life is changing, and she can barely keep up. After inheriting Cragmoor Manor, she's determined to see it restored to its former glory. Martin has a surprise for her, one that will involve her in the restoration, so much more than she expected.

To create more chaos, her best friend, Spencer Knight, is working on a new exhibit at the museum. One of the new residents is furious about the exhibit - and she lets Spencer know in an angry and violent way.

When she's found dead in Spencer's kitchen, he becomes the prime suspect. Now, Maggie has to find the real killer, and fast, or she might just lose her best friend.

Maggie Mulgrew Mysteries: 

  • Witch in the Dell and 2 More Maggie Mulgrew Mini Mysteries
  • Audiobook one: Ghost of a Chance 
  • Audiobook two: Written on the Wind 
  • Audiobook three: Spirit of the Season 
  • Audiobook four: Dancing on Her Grave 
  • Audiobook five: Way of the Witch 
  • First Collection, audiobooks one to three
©2017 Cate Dean (P)2019 Cate Dean

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  • Kindle Customer Donna
  • 08-16-19

Next book please,

Well I have reached the end of the 5th book and enjoyed them all. I can imagine them as a film series wwithout changing the characters at all. The reader is clear and so easy to understand and does not fall i to the trap of funny voices. When you are listening the plots seem simple but upon re--examination aresomewhat complex plus it is possible to identify with the village people. Now to find the next book!