Author: Heather Blake

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Oct 16
The Witch and the Dead (A Wishcraft Mystery #7) by Heather Blake (review)

The Witch and the Dead (A Wishcraft Mystery #7) by Heather Blake (review)

This book was just as engrossing as the last one. I liked that we got to learn more about the way magic works in this book. Amulets and Seekers were the focus this time around. The characters were easy to remember, even though it’s been a while since I read the last book in this series, and have read a lot more cozies between then and now. I like how Darcy’s relationships are growing and changing. Both with her family, and others in the community. I had two guesses as to who the killer was. My 2nd one turned out… Read more »

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May 08
Gone With the Witch (A Wishcraft Mystery #6) by Heather Blake (review)

Gone With the Witch (A Wishcraft Mystery #6) by Heather Blake (review)

I loved how many side mysteries were in this book. It never felt like there was too much going on, and it wasn’t confusing following all the various mysteries. I guessed the answers to who the Elder was, as well as the mystery around the dove by about half-way through the book or so. But I liked getting to see how the plots would unfold. I had no idea who the killer was, and no idea who the petnapper was. But it made total sense once those mysteries were revealed. I liked the way Craft worked in the book, and… Read more »

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Dec 03
Ghost of a Potion (A Magic Potion Mystery #3) by Heather Blake (review)

Ghost of a Potion (A Magic Potion Mystery #3) by Heather Blake (review)

I loved all the Southern-isms in the book. The way the characters talked, the phrases they used for things, the foods and parties and everything. It made the book feel more real, even though I did not grow up in the South, I could picture it all perfectly in my head. I’m used to cozy mysteries where the business that the main character owns (if they own one at all) plays some part in the mystery. And while this one DID use the potion shop, it was in a very round about way. Most of the focus in this book… Read more »

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