Get Witch or Die Trying

Get Witch or Die Trying

by Tonya Kappes


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ISBN-13: 9781539747079
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/25/2016
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 900,309
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.40(d)

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Get Witch or Die Trying 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an enjoyable read. Awesome series
Hpergo More than 1 year ago
Maggie Park is on the case again! Unfortunately, this time she is flying solo - her usual partner Mick Jasper is the main suspect! When women start showing up dead, Mick happens to be the one person they all have in common. Maggie knows he is innocent and she aims to find the real killer to clear Mick’s name, even if it puts her in harm’s way. My favorite family of witches! This is a fun, page turning series that I just don’t want to end. Tonya Kappes created a town and group of people in which it is easy to escape from the everyday doldrums with every turn of the page. I found myself laughing out loud no matter where I was sitting.
Debb23 More than 1 year ago
I think that this one is my favorite of the series so far. Women are turning up dead and the only tie seems to be her partner at SKUL Mick. Maggie knows it is a set up and begins piecing together with the help of other agents and her special powers who is behind this. I love that some of the characters are a little more toned down and much more likable in this book. Maggie does a little more standing up for herself and her relationship with Mick takes a turn. A thoroughly enjoyable read. The mystery kept me guessing with an interesting twist. I will definitely continue on with this series.
LisaKsBooksReviews More than 1 year ago
Another magically fun installment to the delightful Spies and Spells Mysteries! There is always one thing you can count on . . . author Tonya Kappes is going to write an amazingly entertaining story. The proof is in GET WITCH OR DIE TRYING. This was such a perfect addition to the first two books in the Spies and Spells Mystery series. GET WITCH OR DIE TRYING is a fantastic mystery. Protagonist Maggie Parks is back and working double time to clear the name of her partner, Mick, when the bodies of women he knows start turning up dead. Of course, Maggie knows Mick had nothing to do it, but it’s a wild investigation all the same. Not only will you be pulled in by the great mystery, you’ll also find that you will laugh yourself to tears! Honestly, I laughed so hard I sorted. (Yes, I snort when I laugh. But it has to be something really funny.) If you’re looking for a fast moving, well written cozy mystery, you will find it in GET WITCH OR DIE TRYING. And if you like para-cozies, well, you will simply be in your glory!
Booth More than 1 year ago
Finding one’s calling in life is difficult. As a normal, non-magical person, I am still trying to find mine and I am almost 40! I can’t imagine having my life’s journey laid out for me in my 20’s. I also can’t imagine being a witch living in Louisville either, so…ya. Maggie Parks has the coolest life so I guess I will just live vicariously through her as I have during the prior two books. Thank goodness this third book came out. I was getting bored folding laundry. Broom at the ready! So, Maggie has her life’s journey now and is working for SKUL. If you don’t know what that is, read the book. She’s a necromancer James Bond with a super cool vintage talking car. I know! Her family is comparable to other families only magical of course and she works with the super swoon-worthy Mick Jasper who has seemingly gotten himself into some trouble and is at the center of a murder investigation of an ex-girlfriend, girl who is a friend? It really depends on whom you ask as to what his relationship was to her. Either way, Maggie wants to clear him and Vinnie, her car, doesn’t trust him. Where the past books focused on Maggie trying to find herself and her life’s journey, it seems like this book focuses on Maggie’s mom, Aunt Meme and Mick finding themselves. It was quite a twist. These three characters have always been presented as so put together and sure of themselves. In book three, they seem to fall apart in different ways, losing their way and needing help from others to see who they really are again. They are crippled by their own personalities in a way and their past ways of living catches up with them. They then have to rely on family and friends to lift them up and to help them piece themselves back together again. Some rediscover themselves and others find sides of themselves they never knew existed. This made the characters relatable to me as a reader as I too am going through a rediscovery phase in my life. Every stage of life is a new discovery and that is what this book and all of the Spies and Spells books are about now that I am looking at them as a whole. As a child, you want to know what you’ll be when you “grow up.” Maggie and her sister, Lilith represents this. When we find our supposed life work, we then go into thinking about family, possible kids and this is represented by Mrs. Parks. She goes through protecting and raising her kids as they grow up. She is sure of herself and then at a certain age when they know who they are becoming, she begins to wonder who she is again. She begins to question who she wants to be. She begins to rethink and tries to work out the bugs in her life's journey as she sees things seemly falling apart as her family goes in different directions. Aunt Meme, the older woman of the house, has been through the prior two stages and is now running a thriving business and happy, or so she thinks. Her thoughts go to a possible relationship after many years of being alone. She worries about her age and if this is even proper only to realize she is letting it slip away when challenged by her nemesis, Ms. Hubbard. I have seen this with my Granny too. It was always so funny to watch her flirt with that old man, God rest their souls. Older ladies can be stubborn, but then realize that time is of the essence. Then we have Mick, a secretive, headstrong guy who has had many unfruitful relationships and has now met a gal with as many secrets as he. As they say, “it takes one to know one.” Your soul mate is someone