Thursday, June 9, 2016
Murder Most Witchy
Murder most Witchy by Emily Rylands was a lovely first in cozy series, about the choices we make when we are forced to deal with who we are and where we came from. Paranormal cozies are much like regular cozies but taken up a notch! Small towns, great leading characters who are strong and determined even when they don't want to be. I enjoyed this story and think the relationships were pretty believable, it is not everyday in a cozy where you have a Uncle as a mentor, interesting relationships and a cottage with a secret room to boot! The story was easy to picture in my head and imagine.
The Lightower family has been hunting down paranormal phenomena in the small town of North Harbor for generations. Unlike the rest of her family, Wendy Lightower has never dreamed of chasing evil witches or unearthing magical secrets. Her greatest ambition in life is to be a full-time librarian and leave her witchy roots far behind her. But when a murder is committed in her very own library, Wendy cannot ignore that there is no natural explanation for the killing. If the killer is to be caught, she must call on family and friends alike to solve the magical murder.
When she chose books over boogeymen and libraries over lycans, Wendy thought she would finally be able to live a 'normal' life. Now, her library is no longer the sanctuary she imagined it to be, and there may just be a killer hiding in the stacks. Murder Most Witchy is the first in a new series of paranormal mysteries by Emily Rylands. Intriguing and humorous, it will keep you guessing until the very end.
Escape with a paranormal cozy from time to time, It is so much fun!
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