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Wicked Witch Murder (Lucy Stone Series #16)

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  • Posted July 13, 2010

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    a terrific entry

    In Tinker's Grove, Maine, with her cat familiar Piewocketat her side, Wiccan storeowner of the charming shop Solstice, Lady Diana Ravenscroft, high priestess of the Silver Coven, sends a warning to Pennysaver reporter Lucy Stone to expect danger. Lucy thinks nothing of the reading as she is used to being in danger.

    Lucy is walking her dog Libby when they come across a burned body in the woods. She learns later the victim is identified as the magician Malcolm Malebranche, a member of the Silver Coven. Diana is stunned as her associate was supposed to be in England not New England. Meanwhile Lucy's teenage daughters Sara and Zoe and their neighbors' daughter Abby Stoughton find Lady Diana enchanting. When Abbey's ailing mother dies, her grieving father Ike, a religious fanatic, holds Diana culpable. When Abby becomes very ill, Ike goes berserk with his accusations as Lucy tries to find out what is going on before the teen succumbs like her mom did.

    The latest Lucy Stone investigative journalist cozy (see Valentine Murder and Mother's Day Murder) is a terrific entry as deaths seem to converge on Lady Diana. The story line is fast-paced as Lucy follows the clues but struggles to connect the two deaths though Ike swears Lady Diana is a killer. With a neat lat spin, Wicked Witch Murder is a charming New Age murder mystery.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2012

    To Spirit d Darky

    *sheepish chuckle* sorry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2011

    highly recommended

    Really enjoyed the latest Lucy Stone Mystery - I love reading about all the fixes Lucy gets herself into - Lucy seems so real to me just like someone you would love to have a cup of tea with

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  • Posted April 29, 2011

    Highly Recommended!!!

    I love Lucy Stone mysteries. Can't wait for the next one!! All the characters are easy to identify with.

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  • Posted January 4, 2011

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    Excellent

    Love all Lucy Stone books. You can really identify with the characters and feel like you are part of Lucy's family. Great details and helps you get into the spirit of the seasons!

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  • Posted October 22, 2010

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    Another great Lucy Stone book

    I just discovered this series this year, and I've enjoyed everyone of the books I've read. I hope more titles will become available on the Nook soon!

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