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Darcy Merriweather is Salem's newest resident Wishcrafter--a witch who can grant wishes for others. While Darcy isn't able to grant wishes for herself, she does possess a certain knack for solving problems--including the occasional murder... When Darcy is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's disorderly home, the Wishcrafter is certainly up for the task. Darcy Merriweather is Salem's newest resident Wishcrafter--a witch who can grant wishes for others. While Darcy isn't able to grant wishes for herself, she does possess a certain knack for solving problems--including the occasional murder... When Darcy is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's disorderly home, the Wishcrafter is certainly up for the task. After all, the motto of her Aunt Ve's personal concierge service As You Wish is "No Job Impossible." But beneath the piles of old newspapers and knickknacks Darcy discovers something much more disturbing--Patrice Keaton's body. Darcy's determined to give Elodie peace of mind by investigating her mother's disappearance and death. Patrice was last seen over a year ago after a fight with her Charmcrafter boyfriend. Was her murder a crime of passion? Or were Patrice's troubles caused by the Anicula, a wish-granting amulet? Now Darcy has to not only find a killer, she has to find the Anicula--before the power of ultimate wish fulfillment falls into the wrong hands...


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Darcy Merriweather is Salem's newest resident Wishcrafter--a witch who can grant wishes for others. While Darcy isn't able to grant wishes for herself, she does possess a certain knack for solving problems--including the occasional murder... When Darcy is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's disorderly home, the Wishcrafter is certainly up for the task. Darcy Merriweather is Salem's newest resident Wishcrafter--a witch who can grant wishes for others. While Darcy isn't able to grant wishes for herself, she does possess a certain knack for solving problems--including the occasional murder... When Darcy is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's disorderly home, the Wishcrafter is certainly up for the task. After all, the motto of her Aunt Ve's personal concierge service As You Wish is "No Job Impossible." But beneath the piles of old newspapers and knickknacks Darcy discovers something much more disturbing--Patrice Keaton's body. Darcy's determined to give Elodie peace of mind by investigating her mother's disappearance and death. Patrice was last seen over a year ago after a fight with her Charmcrafter boyfriend. Was her murder a crime of passion? Or were Patrice's troubles caused by the Anicula, a wish-granting amulet? Now Darcy has to not only find a killer, she has to find the Anicula--before the power of ultimate wish fulfillment falls into the wrong hands...

30 review for A Witch Before Dying

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The Good: I absolutely love this series. The books are light, fun and utterly magical. The mystery was really interesting - a missing hoarder, found dead under a pile of her junk. presumably killed for a magical amulet. With the world building out of the way, this book focused a lot more on the people and I really loved seeing a more in depth look at the town, its residents and their abilities. Darcy is a very likable character, who you naturally root for. Unlike too many other cozy mysteries he The Good: I absolutely love this series. The books are light, fun and utterly magical. The mystery was really interesting - a missing hoarder, found dead under a pile of her junk. presumably killed for a magical amulet. With the world building out of the way, this book focused a lot more on the people and I really loved seeing a more in depth look at the town, its residents and their abilities. Darcy is a very likable character, who you naturally root for. Unlike too many other cozy mysteries heroines, she has a real reason to be involved in the investigations, making it that much easier to be sucked into the story instead of constantly wondering why anyone even talks to her. The Bad: Aunt Ve's illness didn't work for me. It was transparent and irked me every time it came up in the story. It was a not particularly important subplot that I would have rather not been included in the story. As complaints go, it's extremely minor but it was the only thing that kept the book from being perfect.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    For some reason, I had a hard time really liking the second book in this series. I had moments, where I could have just put it down, and walk away from it. For some reason, Darcy really bugged me in this one. The over bearing and constantly trying to control her sister and Aunt Ve, got very tiring for me. Archie and Pepe, really made me want to finish the book. They both made me laugh during their parts and became, my favorite characters in this series. I am going to keep reading the series. I j For some reason, I had a hard time really liking the second book in this series. I had moments, where I could have just put it down, and walk away from it. For some reason, Darcy really bugged me in this one. The over bearing and constantly trying to control her sister and Aunt Ve, got very tiring for me. Archie and Pepe, really made me want to finish the book. They both made me laugh during their parts and became, my favorite characters in this series. I am going to keep reading the series. I just hope, I like the third book better than I liked this one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ✨ Gramy ✨

    . I really enjoy a cozy mystery with a sound plot and quirky characters. This one delivers just what I ordered. Nothing serious, complicated, or too intense. Each book in the series has its own murder to solve and characters to get to know. I was able to access this book series on my Kindle at no charge through my local public library. And they all end with a H.E.A. .

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    A really good one; however, the author had the unfortunate tendency to be repetitious. This would pull me out of the story just as I was zooming along. I'm definitely up for the next one in the series, though. A really good one; however, the author had the unfortunate tendency to be repetitious. This would pull me out of the story just as I was zooming along. I'm definitely up for the next one in the series, though.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I really enjoyed this one. There is something about reading about witches and crafters in October that just makes everything that much better. There are a lot of characters to keep track of in this book, but I think the author did a great job giving us visual hints. The story was a tad choppy, but I liked the writing and the story telling. I want to learn more about the different "crafts" and see more of that spooky elder! I really like Darcy and V, even though her sister is still a mystery to m I really enjoyed this one. There is something about reading about witches and crafters in October that just makes everything that much better. There are a lot of characters to keep track of in this book, but I think the author did a great job giving us visual hints. The story was a tad choppy, but I liked the writing and the story telling. I want to learn more about the different "crafts" and see more of that spooky elder! I really like Darcy and V, even though her sister is still a mystery to me. I'm crossing my fingers for more romance in the future! And hopefully more wish-crafting because that actually didn't happen much in this one. As for the murder, I had absolutely no idea who had done it, who was the "peeper-creeper" and if they were the same person or not? I was very surprised by the reveal and enjoyed how it was done. I'm looking forward to continuing this series and hope to see more recurring characters in the town.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amanda The Book Slayer

    4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this one. I thought there were many more twists and turns which made it all very exciting.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    4* I enjoyed the second book in this series. The characters you met in the first book are more developed, and new characters come to the fore. I had a hard time keeping track of all of the characters and their relationships to others within the story, but as the series goes on that will iron itself out. There are several mysteries going on in the second edition, which keeps the reader on her toes. I love the familiars; Pepe and Archie, they add to the additional quirkiness of the storyline. All i 4* I enjoyed the second book in this series. The characters you met in the first book are more developed, and new characters come to the fore. I had a hard time keeping track of all of the characters and their relationships to others within the story, but as the series goes on that will iron itself out. There are several mysteries going on in the second edition, which keeps the reader on her toes. I love the familiars; Pepe and Archie, they add to the additional quirkiness of the storyline. All in all, well done and I am looking forward to number three.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    It was a great second book to series. I loved being back in this cute little town with the talking animals and all the magic. Darcy wanting to become a PI is perfect. Nick is going to have to keep an eye on her and I cant wait to see what she gets into. This time around we get to see more of Aunt Ve which is always fun. I will continue on with the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mason

    Living in an enchanted village may sound a bit strange, but for Darcy Merriweather it’s beginning to feel normal - or as normal as can be for a wish crafter. Darcy and her sister, Harper, live with their Aunt Velma in the magic-themed town of Enchanted Village. This is a place were witches live and practice their craft without mortals realizing it. Darcy helps out with her aunt’s business, As You Wish, a personal concierge service. Elodie Keaton’s mother has been missing for over a year. When Elod Living in an enchanted village may sound a bit strange, but for Darcy Merriweather it’s beginning to feel normal - or as normal as can be for a wish crafter. Darcy and her sister, Harper, live with their Aunt Velma in the magic-themed town of Enchanted Village. This is a place were witches live and practice their craft without mortals realizing it. Darcy helps out with her aunt’s business, As You Wish, a personal concierge service. Elodie Keaton’s mother has been missing for over a year. When Elodie hires As You Wish to clean out her mother’s cluttered house, Darcy doesn’t realize what she’s getting herself into. The house is a mess with piles of newspapers, boxes, and other clutter. But before the cleaning begins, Darcy uncovers Patrice Keaton’s decaying body in a suitcase among the clutter. It seems Patrice owned the Anicula, a wish-granting amulet that may have lead to her death. Between the house cleaning and searching for the truth to Patrice’s death, Darcy places herself in danger when the killer believes she’s found the magical amulet. While this is a story of murder and mayhem, it’s also sprinkled with humor, romance, and family loyalty. A WITCH BEFORE DYING flows smoothly and is an easy read enticing readers with twists and turns from beginning to end. Author Heather Blake has created a strong protagonist in Darcy giving her independence and yet still a bit vulnerable when it comes to matters of the heart. The other characters are zany and realistic despite their magical abilities. The detailed descriptions of the village places the reader there with the characters. Readers can practically feel the magical energy around them as they read. Darcy’s involvement with Nick Sawyer and his daughter, Mimi, gives a feel-good touch to the story. It also lends itself to some laugh-out-loud moments. This is the second installment in the Wishcraft Mystery series, but can be read alone. However, to find out how Darcy came to be at the Enchanted Village, check out the first installment, IT TAKES A WITCH. A WITCH BEFORE DYING creates its own magic as it draws you into this mystical world and holds you spellbound till the end. Author Heather Blake’s website is http://www.heatherblakebooks.com/. She also writes under the name Heather Webber. A Witch Before Dying by Heather Blake, A Wishcraft Mystery, Obsidian, @2012, ISBN: 978-0451237637, Paperback, 320 Pages FTC Full Disclosure - This book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    bella

    Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather is adjusting to her new life as a wishcrafter and working for her Aunt Ve at As You Wish. When Elodie Keaton hires Darcy to help her clean out her long-gone mother's cluttered house, Darcy just thinks that she has hard work ahead of her. After all Elodie's mother, Patrice, was a hoarder before she disappeared eighteen months ago. What Darcy doesn't expect to find is a dead body. When Elodie approaches Darcy to help her find Patrice's murderer, so her mother can fin Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather is adjusting to her new life as a wishcrafter and working for her Aunt Ve at As You Wish. When Elodie Keaton hires Darcy to help her clean out her long-gone mother's cluttered house, Darcy just thinks that she has hard work ahead of her. After all Elodie's mother, Patrice, was a hoarder before she disappeared eighteen months ago. What Darcy doesn't expect to find is a dead body. When Elodie approaches Darcy to help her find Patrice's murderer, so her mother can finally rest in peace, Darcy agrees. However finding a murderer is not as easy as it seems, especially with her Aunt Ve's impending wedding, which it looks like someone is trying to sabotage, and the "Peeper Creeper" lurking around town, who seems to be stalking Darcy. It's going to take all of Darcy's skills to solve this mystery. I have a confession to make. I like first books in a series, but it's really the second book in a series that hooks me. As a reader I've already met most of the characters, and I'm looking forward to their relationships and what murder is going to be thrown at them. This dynamic is clear in the Wishcraft mysteries. In It Takes a Witch we met Darcy, her sister, Harper, Aunt Ve and all the colourful locals in Salem - including my favorites the familiars Archie the macaw and Pepe the mouse. Now in A Witch Before Dying, Darcy is investigating not just a murder, but trying to find out who is sabotaging her Aunt Ve's wedding, learning more about witchcraft and trying to figure out how she feels about hunky police officer, Nick. There is a lot going on in A Witch Before Dying but it never gets confusing. Heather Blake certainly knows how to write a great mystery and has a great writing style. I was glued to every page and I kept saying one more chapter, and at the end of every chapter wanting more, more, more! I loved that the mystery was not easy to solve, and there are enough open-ended questions in the air to have me waiting for the next book in the series impatiently. I'm dying to know who the Elder actually is, and when Darcy will find out the true identity of Missy, the dog! If you like paranormal cozy mysteries you have to read this series. Buy them, or borrow them from the library, but get your hands on both of them because you are going to want to read them back-to-back. The next book in the series, The Good, the Bad and the Witchy, is due for release in April, 2013.

  11. 4 out of 5

    LORI CASWELL

    Darcy Merriweather is a wishcrafter who can grant wishes for anyone but herself. She works for her Aunt Ve's personal concierge service, As You Wish. Aunt Ve is feeling a bit under the weather plus she is trying to plan her wedding. Darcy is trying to help her but she also takes on Elodie Keaton as a new client. Elodie's mother has been missing for so long Elodie realizes that she can no longer afford to pay all the bills and keep her mother's house. Her mother was a bit of a hoarder and Elodie hi Darcy Merriweather is a wishcrafter who can grant wishes for anyone but herself. She works for her Aunt Ve's personal concierge service, As You Wish. Aunt Ve is feeling a bit under the weather plus she is trying to plan her wedding. Darcy is trying to help her but she also takes on Elodie Keaton as a new client. Elodie's mother has been missing for so long Elodie realizes that she can no longer afford to pay all the bills and keep her mother's house. Her mother was a bit of a hoarder and Elodie hires Darcy to clean out the house so she can list it for sale. The motto of As You Wish is "No Job Impossible" but this house is close to impossible. Darcy just starts to make a little headway through the piles of boxes, newspapers and other "treasures" when she makes a disturbing discovery. She finds Elodie's mother's body buried under all the chaos. It has been over a year since Patrice Keaton was seen. She disappeared shortly after an argument with her charmcrafter boyfriend. Darcy is determined to figure out just how Patrice ended up being part of her own collection. Was she killed in a fit of jealousy? Or was she killed because she had something someone else wanted? Darcy knows she doesn't have much time and while she can't grant her own wishes she has to make sure the wrong person's wishes don't come true. Dollycas's Thoughts I am definitely enchanted by this story and its characters! Darcy, Ve, Nick and Mimi will wish their way right into your heart. Blake has crafted characters that not only include some delightful witches but the familiars are absolutely charming! Archie and Pepe had me in stitches. Easy for Pepe as he's a tailor who also happens to be a mouse. Archie is a parrot that can quote a line from almost any movie. Archie has a unique run in with a very large dog that had me giggling out loud and reading the snippet to everyone I could. The story has a really fairy tale feel. As Pepe was sewing away I was picturing the mice in Cinderella as they granted her wishes. Heather Blake wraps her fairy tale with a bewitching mystery, snappy dialogue, and a bit of romance in a truly Enchanted Village. A magical story to escape into today. It is a fun, lighthearted read that I know you will enjoy. Watch for the next book in this series, The Good, the Bad and the Witchy: A Wishcraft Mystery hitting shelves in April 2013.

  12. 4 out of 5

    April

    Well, that was certainly the most rapid fire recap of events and exposition from the first book. Seriously, did we need to get all that information again? It was way more repetitive than I like, but thankfully it was only the beginning of the book. I liked this book much better than the first, mostly because the first book spent more time setting up the world and how things work there. Now that we have all that established, we can get into some serious cozy mystery solving. This mystery also brin Well, that was certainly the most rapid fire recap of events and exposition from the first book. Seriously, did we need to get all that information again? It was way more repetitive than I like, but thankfully it was only the beginning of the book. I liked this book much better than the first, mostly because the first book spent more time setting up the world and how things work there. Now that we have all that established, we can get into some serious cozy mystery solving. This mystery also brings us more into the culture of the crafters. We get to learn more about them with the introduction of Geo-crafters and magical charmed objects. Very interesting twists and turns. The romance is still there, but things are moving very slowly. There are a couple side plots that keep Darcy and Nick on their toes. A good cozy gives you more than one mystery to solve. I expect at least one of these plots to seep into future books. This also gives us more of the villagers that we loved in the first book. I love the familiars!! I liked this narration by Coleen Marlo much better than the first. I am still bothered by her weird "o"s, but her pace feels more natural. It could have been a glitch in the upload or the production. She has a very warm quality to her voice that keeps the read flowing. She has a slight note of awe in her voice at times that fits Darcy wonderfully. I am feeling more invested in the series and definitely curious what will happen next. I am a sucker for a series!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jeannie and Louis Rigod

    This book was fun to read and had a couple of mysteries inside, including a good murder mystery. I did not recognize the killer until the reveal and that doesn't happen too often any longer. Meanwhile, we the readers are kept busy with a 'Creeper Peeper' that honestly had me flummoxed, a wedding that just doesn't seem to be on 'track,' a romance that you root for and more. Ms. Blake knows how to deliver a cozy location, the Enchanted Village neighborhood of Salem, Ma. Cozy? Oh yes, I can just see This book was fun to read and had a couple of mysteries inside, including a good murder mystery. I did not recognize the killer until the reveal and that doesn't happen too often any longer. Meanwhile, we the readers are kept busy with a 'Creeper Peeper' that honestly had me flummoxed, a wedding that just doesn't seem to be on 'track,' a romance that you root for and more. Ms. Blake knows how to deliver a cozy location, the Enchanted Village neighborhood of Salem, Ma. Cozy? Oh yes, I can just see myself wandering down the streets and being tempted by the 'Charmory', a meal perhaps at the 'Sorceror's Stove' (although lately there have been rumors,)or a group vacation photo at the 'Hocus Pocus Photography' store. The streets are policed in pastel cars. The persons living there are friendly and kind. Oh, I did remember to mention the body, didn't I? Inside a hoarder's home? You will have to get yourself a copy or ebook of this novel and find out the excitement for yourself. Now to await the next in the series, which we were given a preview of and I am so ready to read the entire book but will wait. Not too patiently.

  14. 4 out of 5

    April Wood

    "When there's a witch, there's a way..." Darcy, a witch with the power of granting wishes, is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's home. What Darcy wasn't expecting to find was the body of Elodie's dead mother, under a pile of rubbish. Fortunately for Elodie, Darcy does possess a certain ability to solve problems, and now murders. Darcy's investigation leads her to Elodie's charm-crafter boyfriend. Was the murder a crime of passion? Or was her murder a result of a wish-granting "When there's a witch, there's a way..." Darcy, a witch with the power of granting wishes, is hired by Elodie Keaton to clean up her missing mother's home. What Darcy wasn't expecting to find was the body of Elodie's dead mother, under a pile of rubbish. Fortunately for Elodie, Darcy does possess a certain ability to solve problems, and now murders. Darcy's investigation leads her to Elodie's charm-crafter boyfriend. Was the murder a crime of passion? Or was her murder a result of a wish-granting amulet? Now Darcy has to not only locate the boyfriend, but the amulet, before it falls into the wrong hands. A Witch Before Dying, by Heather Blake, is a charming little story that blends magic, murder, and romance. I absolutely love the cover, and the idea for this story. I look forward to reading more wish-craft books by Heather Blake! I gave this book three stars because at times it dragged a bit. Overall, I enjoyed this story, and I will read more books by this author in the future!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lacey

    Cozy-mysteries are a the best type of book to break up the day at work. And Heather Blake came through with lots of twists and turns. From the wedding planning to the murder and all the activities in between. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Betsy

    Another great book in this series. Love the characters, the plot, and the writing style. Looking forward to #3.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kim Dennis

    I started listening to the first book in this series, but the narrator's voice was kind of annoying, so I finished the book by reading it. I decided that rather than listen to the second one, I would read it. That may not have been my best choice. I don't have a ton of time to read, so the fact that this book took me so long to get through may have something to do with my feelings of ambivalence. It was fine, but it didn't grab my attention and make me want to ignore everything else I was suppos I started listening to the first book in this series, but the narrator's voice was kind of annoying, so I finished the book by reading it. I decided that rather than listen to the second one, I would read it. That may not have been my best choice. I don't have a ton of time to read, so the fact that this book took me so long to get through may have something to do with my feelings of ambivalence. It was fine, but it didn't grab my attention and make me want to ignore everything else I was supposed to be doing so that I could finish it. (Which is probably not such a bad thing...) That said, I liked it enough that I will still continue with the series. The "rules" of Crafting still don't make a ton of sense to me, but I still basically enjoyed the story. Anyway, while I didn't love the narrator, she wasn't the worst one I've ever listened to, so I may go back to listening for the next book. I may enjoy it more.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    I am happy to say that I enjoyed this one as much as the first. I gave it fewer stars because there was WAY too much explaining and repeating things that happened in the first book. It interrupted the dialogue and flow of the story when she would spend several paragraphs explaining something that happened in the first book. I am hoping the next book in the series doesn’t do this. Again, the writing isn’t perfect, but for an easy, light read with humor, mystery, and a bit of clean romance, this b I am happy to say that I enjoyed this one as much as the first. I gave it fewer stars because there was WAY too much explaining and repeating things that happened in the first book. It interrupted the dialogue and flow of the story when she would spend several paragraphs explaining something that happened in the first book. I am hoping the next book in the series doesn’t do this. Again, the writing isn’t perfect, but for an easy, light read with humor, mystery, and a bit of clean romance, this book is wonderful. The best cozy mystery series I have read so far.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Eden

    2020 bk 6. The writing is not the sophisticated quality of the golden age, but the plotting, the characters, and the ability to keep me enchanted in her books is a secret all of Heather Blake's own. This is two out of two for which I did not figure out "who done it". If you want a light-hearted mystery, a contemporary setting, contemporary issues (hoarding, missing people). give Heather Blake a try. 2020 bk 6. The writing is not the sophisticated quality of the golden age, but the plotting, the characters, and the ability to keep me enchanted in her books is a secret all of Heather Blake's own. This is two out of two for which I did not figure out "who done it". If you want a light-hearted mystery, a contemporary setting, contemporary issues (hoarding, missing people). give Heather Blake a try.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline Guillory

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very cute book, my only complaint was how she spent so much time reviewing information explained in the last book. I get that not everyone reads books as a series but when you do that much detail being explained again was a little redundant. I love the story and hope Nick and Darcy speed things up some. Can’t wait for Darcy to figure out Missy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This was a very well written mystery with a lot of humor thrown in. There is so much going on in this one. Darcy is kept quite busy trying to find a killer, a wedding saboteur, and a very powerful amulet.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Slight the perfect light, fluffy cozy book snack. I enjoyed this installment even better than the first because I found the characters' personal stories to be more compelling. I'm also excited that the author foreshadowed more magic-ey things to come. Slight the perfect light, fluffy cozy book snack. I enjoyed this installment even better than the first because I found the characters' personal stories to be more compelling. I'm also excited that the author foreshadowed more magic-ey things to come.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Really cute and fun - I love the different witchcraft specialties and the mystery was interesting and kept you guessing. It also sets you up well for the next installment without making you feel like it ends on a cliffhanger, which I love.

  24. 4 out of 5

    ~~~Sue~~~ O.

    This is a cute and whimsical little read. I enjoy it, murder and all😊

  25. 5 out of 5

    Quatina Rockmore

    3.5 Stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Christine (KizzieReads)

    This was cute. It was a bit slow to begin, but it picked up and kept going. I figured out one part just a little before it's reveal, but the rest, I would have never guessed, which is very nice when reading cozies. This was cute. It was a bit slow to begin, but it picked up and kept going. I figured out one part just a little before it's reveal, but the rest, I would have never guessed, which is very nice when reading cozies.

  27. 4 out of 5

    quinnster

    Fun, fun, fun! I really enjoy these characters - which is highly unusual for me - and the mystery is compelling enough to keep me interested.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy lifewiththe_williams

    Another super cute mystery! I love Darcy! Starting #3 tomorrow!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mary Keehan

    This is one of my favorite series to read and re-read. These are well written cozies with lovable characters and plots that will leave you guessing. Thoroughly enjoyable.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Doris

    Delving further into the adventures of Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather, she once again discovers a body and tumbles into investigating who done what and when. However, Heather Blake also mixes in a stalker and a saboteur, leaving the reader to wonder what will happen next and, essentially, whodunit on many levels. For the returning reader, they get involved more with the recurring characters and become more familiar with the village - for newcomers, don't fret, this story stands well on its own. Ha Delving further into the adventures of Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather, she once again discovers a body and tumbles into investigating who done what and when. However, Heather Blake also mixes in a stalker and a saboteur, leaving the reader to wonder what will happen next and, essentially, whodunit on many levels. For the returning reader, they get involved more with the recurring characters and become more familiar with the village - for newcomers, don't fret, this story stands well on its own. Happy Reading!

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