- File Size: 879 KB
- Print Length: 113 pages
- Publisher: InterMix (October 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 21, 2014
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JJXV7QU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,716 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Haunting Is Brewing: A Haunted Home Renovation and a Witchcraft Mystery Novella (A Haunted Home Renovation Mystery) Kindle Edition
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I loved watching Lily and Mel team up. This is the first story I’ve read with Mel, but I know it won’t be my last. Lily and Mel work well together, with Lily’s witchy powers and Mel’s ability to communicate with ghosts. With a small appearance from our favorite pot-belly pig, Oscar, it was a great little story to get me back into cozy mysteries.
Furthermore, I like that no spoilers were given for either series. The story was self-contained, and even if you haven’t read either of these series you won’t be lost by reading this novella.
A Haunting is Brewing was a fun, little story to be enjoyed by fans of both of these series, especially while we wait for the next release. If you haven’t discovered either of these series I suggest picking them up today. They are some of the best cozy mysteries on the shelves.
Set in a historic house in the Haight, it's now a rundown museum creepily haunted by life-sized dolls of the Spooner family, its original residents. When Mel is fixing it up before a big fund-raising Halloween party, the tragic and suspicious death of a young theater student occurs, repeating history from nearly a century before.
Maya's been volunteering at the historic house, so she smartly introduces Mel to Lily when it's clear that supernatural forces are at work and the house is also haunted by the young theater student.
Written in the first person - Mel's voice, this short read is rich with detail and excitement. The witch and ghost gal team up to figure out what's going on and who committed murder.
It's super duper fun to observe Lily through Mel's eyes and tag along with them while they figure out what to do. Lily's efficiently, magically elegant, understated and brave. Mel's blatantly honest about her lack of finesse as the go to gal for ghosts, but she's tenacious, intelligent and resourceful.
Given that this isn't a full-length novel, peripheral details are kept to a minimum so that the plot is cleanly rendered. I was surprised by whodunit and why. It was great to have these ladies in action together and I hope that author Blackwell brings them back together to solve more mysteries - they have great chemistry!
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A Haunting is Brewing combines Juliet Blackwell’s Haunted Home Renovation series with her Witchcraft Mystery series.Read more