Meg Walton wasn’t going to rest until she put an end to the string of murders and catch the killer. It’s a good thing she has her witch powers to help her out.
Murder + Mystery + Witches = Interesting tale
Like Bewitched, Meg’s powers allow her to complete the most menial tasks, like feeding the cat and opening a gate. Now, her friend, a famous author, was dead. Could it have anything to do with the upcoming book she was about to publish, one that would shed an unflattering light on a rich and powerful family?
You would think a witch would be able to bring back the dead or at least be able to talk to their spirit or something. But I guess she’d just have to solve this the old-fashioned way—sort of.
This is a quick, cozy mystery that kept me going until the end. My only beef was that the ending felt a little too convenient. The mystery was wrapped up so quickly that it didn’t allow us to form a guess to who the killer might be.
But, all in all, this was an okay read.
My rating: 3.5 stars