Another Witch Bites the Dust: A Holiday Hills Witch Cozy Mystery

Another Witch Bites the Dust: A Holiday Hills Witch Cozy Mystery

by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson


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Being a witch can be complicated.

We have powers, but with limitations.

In a perfect witchy world, that works like a charm.

But the witchy world isn't perfect.

Witches don't always follow the rules, and when they don't, bad things happen. Like Cassandra Bloom's death, for starters.

Holiday Hills residents, magical and humans, were afraid of Cassandra. She was the bad witch in every fairytale, the one with the ugly wart and long, stringy gray hair. But she didn't just look scary. She was scary.

Sure, everyone in town might feel secretly relieved Cassandra's no longer with us, but they're missing the bigger picture.

Cassandra didn't die of old age. She was murdered.

And now I've got to figure out the why, how, and who before the killer strikes again. Until I do, no one in Holiday Hills is safe.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781648751318
Publisher: Severn River Publishing
Publication date: 07/06/2021
Series: Holiday Hills Witch Cozy Mystery Series , #4
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Carolyn Ridder Aspenson writes sassy, southern cozy mysteries featuring imperfect women with a flair for telling it like it is. Her stories focus on relationships, whether they're between friends, family members, couples, townspeople, or strangers, because ultimately, it's relationships that make a story. Now an empty-nester, Carolyn lives in the Atlanta suburbs with her husband, two Pit Bull-Boxer mix dogs and two cantankerous cats, but you'll often find her at a local coffee shop people-watching (and listening.) Or as she likes to call it: plotting her next novel.

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