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Witch Way to Murder by Shirley Damsgaard
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Nov 08, 08

bookshelves: cozies, fantasy, fiction, humor, murder-mystery, mystery-cozy, mystery, novels, paranormal, series
Recommended to Betty by: my daughter
Recommended for: people who like humour & mystery mixed with their paranormal
Read in February, 2006, read count: 1

A mystery full of fun. The main characters, Ophelia (granddaughter) and Abby (grandmother) have a very unusual relationship. Abby is a good witch, and Ophelia is hiding out in the library as a librarian in the hope that no one will notice strange things happen around her, too. She tries to keep a cap on her abilities, when a strange man starts coming around the library and eventually tells her he is working a drug case. When a dead body turns up in Abby's backyard, all the powers they can conjure up must be used to save themselves and their new friend. The book is funny, but a mystery, and the powerful scenes are quite amazing. I really enjoyed this book.

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