Wicked Witch Murder by Leslie Meier
(Lucy Stone Mysteries)

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When the bewitching Diana Ravenscroft comes to quiet Tinker's Cove and opens Solstice, a quaint little shop offering everything from jewelry to psychic readings, Lucy Stone writes her off as eccentric but harmless. Even after Diana gives her a disturbingly accurate reading, Lucy can't help but befriend the newcomer. But not everyone in town is so enchanted. And when Lucy stumbles upon a dead body near her home, she can't shake the feeling that something sinister is lurking in the crisp October air. . .

Convinced Diana is an evil witch, prominent businessman Ike Stoughton blames her for a series of recent misfortunes, including Lucy's gruesome discovery and his own wife's death, and rallies the townsfolk against her. But after Lucy learns the murder victim was a magician and close friend of Diana's, she starts to wonder who's really stirring up a cauldron of trouble. By Halloween, her suspicions lead her to a deadly web of secrets--and a spine-chilling brush with the things that go bump in the night. . .

"Clever. . .a neat little cozy." --Publishers Weekly

"Keeps fans coming back for more." --RT Book Reviews

"The warm, small-town ambiance and the persevering Lucy Stone make this a winner for cozy fans." --Library Journal

"I like Lucy Stone a lot, and so will readers." --Carolyn Hart


About Leslie Meier

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Leslie Meier was born in 1948; she is the author of the popular Lucy Stone Series of books. The books take place in Cape Cod and the heroine, Lucy Stone, is a reporter in a fictional town. The books in this series include: Mail Order Murder, Christmas Cookie Murder, Turkey Day Murder, Wicked Witch Murder, and Chocolate Covered Murder.
Published September 2, 2014 by Kensington Books. 305 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Lucy agrees to attend a reading with three of her pals even though she does not believe in the supernatural, which she calls “hocus pocus.” Then many of Diana’s prophesies come to pass, and Lucy becomes unnerved.

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