Witch of Death

Witch of Death

by Chrys Fey

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BN ID: 2940151531054
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 05/20/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 94 KB

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Witch of Death 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
You know it’s going to be fun when one character denies the possibility of another ones existence when they’re standing right in front of them. Liberty Sawyer arrives at the crime scene. She’s statuesque, her long hair falling straight down her back, dressed all in black. She’s a witch, no bones about it, and is often called in for unusual cases such as this one. Detective Reid Sanders isn’t buying it, Sure, the case is weird. The body is suspended in mid air with nothing appearing to hold it there. But, that doesn’t mean he has to swallow such nonsense as witches and dark magic. Reid first suspects Liberty since she seems to know too much about the happenings and what’s to come. And he’s not liking that she’s gotten under his skin. An itch he wants to scratch. This was fun. A sassy, tough as nails witch, a stubborn, doubting detective, and a villain so vile. You know things are going to get dicey. The attraction between Liberty and Reid is strong right from their first meeting. The author got some chuckles out of me as Reid struggles against it and Liberty just smiles knowingly. The story moves quickly. The killer wastes no time choosing the next victim. And the showdown at the end gives you quite a surprise when you discover who’s behind the murders. I enjoyed the fast pace and likeable characters and was left eager for more. Witch Of Death was a fun nibble. Perfect for fans of the genre looking for a quick fix.
44Boys More than 1 year ago
Fast-paced story that blends love story and who-done-it. Liberty Sawyer is an investigator with an unusual resume. She's a practicing witch with supernatural abilities. She's called in to work on the suspicious murder of a fellow witch.Also working on the case is the skeptical, Reid Sanders. The connection between the two of them is instantaneous and soul deep. There may be a future for them, if they can solve the murders before Liberty is the next victim. This is a short, but entertaining read.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite As a detective, what do you do when your victim is floating five feet off the bed? Well, you call in another detective, who just happens to be a witch, what else. Liberty Sawyer is a witch, and she takes her abilities seriously and does what she can to help the police, including her uncle. She can't help it if his new partner is good looking and a real pain in the butt because he refuses to believe anything she says. Witch of Death is a short story about Liberty and Reid's interactions as she helps them with two murders, and hopefully prevents a third as Reid comes to believe in something he doesn't understand. Author Chrys Fey writes a well thought out story with emotional impact. When Liberty makes a point to Reid, you can feel the tension in her body, the stress and power in her voice, and her strong stance as she says it. Not every author can do that for the reader. Witch of Death is a short story. I really wish it had been about twice as long. Not that I wanted any more murders or anything, but more interaction between Liberty and Reid would have been great between the confrontation and the call for help. This is a quick read so perfect as a traveling book. Author Chrys Fey really thought out the story; it makes sense and flows well, and there is nothing in it that doesn't need to be. Of course it could be longer if the author added a bunch of filler, but sometimes it's better not to have all of that stuff. There is no graphic violence, although the deaths by magic are described, and no sex so this is a clean book for any reader. Not sure you want to try a paranormal or supernatural story? This is the one to start with; short, just enough to get your feet wet and make you want more.
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SherryF More than 1 year ago
Witch of Death by Chrys Fey is an awesome short of suspense, thrills, magic, witches and romance, wrapped up in a wonderful package. Liberty Sawyer is called in by the police, when a magical murder occurs – a floating corpse and a spell cast by an evil, dark magic sorcerer bring her and Reid together. She is a psychic, a witch to be exact. She takes no guff about whether you believe in her or not. She is a witch that hunts witches to be burned alive and has a gaze that can freeze a man in his tracks. Reid learns that first hand. Detective Reid Sanders is a skeptic. Does he fight believing in her so much because he is in lust after Libby? Chry’s Fey’s writing is sooooo good, that I will be reading anything she puts out! Witch of Death is a short, but powerful read. Libby had me eating out of her hand from the first pages. The characters are well developed and got me so involved, I hated for the story to end. I want more, please. I received this book in return for an honest review.