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WICKED WITCH MURDER
by Leslie Meier

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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As Halloween approaches, Lucy deals with witchcraft and murder in the 17th Lucy Stone mystery. This spine-tingling tale will delight readers with the charm of small-town Maine and the details of Lucy’s family life. Meier continues this cozy series with appealing subject matter and the skilled writing that keeps fans coming back for more.

When Lucy attends a psychic reading at Diana Ravenscroft’s new store Solstice, she is alarmed when some of the predictions come true. She finds a dead body on the logging road behind her house. The victim was the leader of the local Wiccan coven and everyone in town becomes uncomfortable with Diana and her witchcraft. With Halloween quickly approaching and her own daughters dabbling in witchcraft, Lucy has her hands full. Defending Diana while revealing a killer just might put Lucy in the middle of some serious trouble. (KENSINGTON, Sep., 304 pp., $24.00)

Reviewed By: Sandra Martin

Publisher: KENSINGTON

Published: September 2010

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