Some Like It Witchy (Wishcraft Mystery #5) (Paperback)

By Heather Blake

Berkley, 9780451465887, 320pp.

Publication Date: May 5, 2015

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather can charm desires into reality, but as the national bestselling Wishcraft mysteries continue, she won’t be able to magically avoid trouble when death holds an open house...

The Enchanted Village is abuzz when the old Tavistock house finally goes up for sale. Darcy’s friend Curecrafter Cherise Goodwin is hoping she will have the winning bid on the home, but Darcy can’t shake the feeling that something bad is about to happen—and her magical instincts are usually right.

Sure enough, while Darcy and Cherise are looking at the property, they discover real estate agent Raina Gallagher stone-cold dead on the floor. Clutched in her hand is a gemstone amulet and, on the wall above her, a large red A. While Raina had no shortage of enemies, there’s also a dark legend about the house itself. To track down the killer, Darcy must unlock the secrets of both the deceased and the estate—and she’ll need to act fast, because revenge is a deal that never closes...


About the Author

Heather Blake is the national bestselling author of the Wishcraft mysteries as well as the Magic Potion mysteries. She’s a total homebody who loves to be close to her family, read, watch cooking-competition TV shows, drink too much coffee, crochet, and bake cookies. Heather grew up in a suburb of Boston but currently lives in the Cincinnati area with her family.


Praise For Some Like It Witchy (Wishcraft Mystery #5)

Praise for the Wishcraft Mysteries
 
“A charming story.”—Denise Swanson, New York Times bestselling author of the Scumble River Mysteries 
 
“Successfully blends crime, magic, romance, and self-discovery.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“[Blake] keeps the suspense high, your interest piqued, and your brain churning.”—Crimespree Magazine
 
“Certainly spellbinding.”—Fresh Fiction
 
“Full of charm, magic, and delightfully humorous and entertaining characters.”—Kings River Life Magazine