Every Witch Way But Wicked: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest Mystery

Every Witch Way But Wicked: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest Mystery

by Amanda M. Lee


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781483981277
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/28/2013
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 602,693
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

When I was a kid, I was torn between whether or not I was going to grow up and be the Incredible Hulk or Wonder Woman. I flirted with being a Jedi Knight for awhile, but I wasn't up for the intense travel associated with the gig. In my teens, I settled on being a writer -- although I had no idea the effort that would entail.
Not only am I a writer now, but I'm a writer in several different mediums. I'm a longtime newspaper reporter, an avid reader and a voracious science fiction fanatic. Follow me on Twitter at @yodaoneforme.

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Every Witch Way But Wicked: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest Mystery 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
Bay, the ghost seer, is back in a whole new mystery! It’s a murder mystery weekend and tourists are abound in this wiccan town. Suddenly, a real body turns up unexpectedly that is not part of the script. Love Aunt Tillie, the kooky 90-year old witch matriarch whom everyone is afraid of. Again, you’ll love the biting wit between Bay and cousins, Clove and Thistle. Full of frank and witty humor!
FurtigNight More than 1 year ago
Wickedly funny. Well written. Love the crazy cast of characters. And a nice murder to solve to boot. There are editing errors which didn't spoil the fun.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed book two of the Wicked Witches of the Midwest series as much as book one, Any Witch Way You Can. And I love that the cousin’s mom’s have more play in this book, and we get to see them develop a bit more. And once again, Aunt Tillie shines bright with her eccentricities and humor. We get to see more love interests for the cousins in this book, which of course, causes family squabbles and shouts of, “You’re dead to me.” Although that sentiment never lasts very long. I’m looking forward to Clove getting a boyfriend, because I have to admit, I think she’s my favorite among the cousins. The mystery is more complex in this book, partially due to the fact that there are more characters. I thought it was very well written, and the clues that led to the unveiling were very good. One minor thing, I did notice more editing errors in this book, extra words and such. So I really hope that Lee isn’t trying to get them out so fast that future books suffer from it. I can handle a few errors, but if a book is riddled with them, I just can’t keep reading them, since there are so many books that are well edited. So we shall see…. I am looking forward to reading book three in the series, Witching You Were Here, and hope Lee continues with the wonderful character and story development.
MaicaKid More than 1 year ago
Even better than the first! For your consideration...what's not to love in a book with a passage like this?  "She's like a cat sometimes, I swear. A really evil cat. One of those cats that will eat your face if you die in your sleep and it takes a few days to find the body." First dead bodies in a corn maze...so of course Hemlock Cove decides to go ahead a couple months later with a murder mystery weekend! What could happen? I think you can guess. All the great characters are back: cousins Bay, Thistle & Clove, their mothers and OF COURSE Aunt Tillie. Newcomer Brian Kelly who's taking over the paper isn't the most welcome addition to the town, and he and Landon are squaring off over Bay.  I won't say any more -- just read it and enjoy!