Paranormal Mystery

A paranormal mystery is a mystery that contains paranormal elements, either in the protagonist or the society. This includes anything from witches, angels, demons, werewolves, vampires, psychics, mediums, and ghosts. Usually Paranormal mysteries are cozy mysteries or part of the Gothic Mystery genre.

New Releases Tagged "Paranormal Mystery"

The House on Prytania (Royal Street, #2)
The Last Heir to Blackwood Library
The House on Prytania (Royal Street, #2)
Witch Way to Murder & Mayhem (Witch Way #1)
Sleep No More (Lost Night Files, #1)
Steeped in Secrets
Sucks To Be Me (First Fangs Club #1)
The Shop on Royal Street (Royal Street, #1)
Spells & Shelves (Library Witch Mystery #1)
Black Wings, Gray Skies (Black Hat Bureau, #4)
Moonlight and Magic (Betwixt & Between, #4)
Bewitched (Betwixt & Between, #2)
Sinfully Delicious (Two Broomsticks Gas & Grill Witch, #1)
Black Truth, White Lies (Black Hat Bureau, #3)
A Little Slice of Death (Two Broomsticks Gas & Grill Witch, #3)
Gray Witch (Black Hat Bureau, #5)
Kitty Confidential (Pet Whisperer PI #1)
Secondhand Spirits (Witchcraft Mystery, #1)
Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye (Psychic Eye Mystery, #1)
What's a Ghoul to Do? (Ghost Hunter Mystery, #1)
Grave Sight (Harper Connelly, #1)
Storm Front (The Dresden Files, #1)
Hexes and Hemlines (A Witchcraft Mystery, #3)
A Cast-Off Coven (A Witchcraft Mystery, #2)
Grave Surprise (Harper Connelly, #2)
Dead Until Dark (Sookie Stackhouse, #1)
It Takes a Witch (A Wishcraft Mystery, #1)
The Trouble With Magic (A Bewitching Mystery, #1)
An Ice Cold Grave (Harper Connelly, #3)
Better Read Than Dead (Psychic Eye Mystery, #2)
Witch Way to Murder (Ophelia & Abby, #1)
Tarnished and Torn (A Witchcraft Mystery, #5)

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G.G.  Collins
The wolf turned to Rachel. She was afraid to run, afraid fleeing would make it chase her. Somewhere in the stored files of her mind, she remembered one should not look directly at a menacing dog, but she couldn’t take her eyes from it.
G.G. Collins, Reluctant Medium

Hazel Butler
The reflection was that of a putrefying corpse. By some trick of the light, her face seemed sallow and slipping, the patches of darkness giving the appearance of skin sloughing off in small pockets. I’d almost forgotten the knife in my panic; the woman was far more dangerous than the weapon. Blood drizzled down the blade, obscuring the macabre reflection of Natalya’s face and suddenly I was transfixed by a thought that should have been immediate: Whose blood is that?
Hazel Butler, Chasing Azrael

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