A Witch Called Wanda

by Diana Orgain


Famous songwriter, Maeve O’Dare, left the drama of Hollywood — and a broken heart – behind, eager for a fresh start in the small town of Wisteria Pines. As if by magic, she makes a new friend of the local town gossip, lands the perfect spot for her new café, Listen: It’s old Fashioned, and a stray dog named Wanda adopts her right off the bat.

As Maeve hustles to prepare Listen:It’s Old Fashioned for its grand opening, little does she know that Wanda will turn her world “tailside up”. The scruffy, bedraggled dog is actually the enchanted version of famous childhood sitcom star Chuck from the show “Jennie Loves Charlie”. He’s in desperate need of a powerful witch to help him break the curse that turned him from leading man into four-legged mutt. Sensing Maeve is just the one to do it, he must use some of his own enchanted powers to get Maeve to *listen* to hers.

When murder and mayhem ensue, Maeve — with a little magic and the help of and her new furry friend — embark on an investigation to solve the crime. But will sniffing out the truth land Maeve in the doghouse? Or will she discover a handsome man hiding under all that dog hair who makes her want to sit up and beg?

Don’t miss the first installment in USA Today Bestselling author Diana Orgain’s madcap cozy witch series, iWitch!


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Category: Mystery – Cozy



I Wanda put a Spell on You

by Diana Orgain


Maeve O’Dare’s fresh start in the small town of Wisteria Pines has gone to the dogs—one dog in particular that is. Wanda, the stray who adopted Maeve the first day she hit town, acts more human than canine and keeps distracting the former songwriter from her newly opened cafe, Listen: It’s Old Fashioned. After the mayor drops dead while eating at the cafe, and scandalous Hollywood tabloids suggest Maeve had something to do with her ex-boyfriend’s mysterious disappearance, Maeve finds herself at the top of the town’s suspect list.

Wanda, aka famous actor Chuck Lowry, needs Maeve to break the curse that changed him from sexy leading man to scruffy, female dog. But the novice witch needs Magick for Dummies to help her navigate her fledgling powers and Chuck fears for his alpha-dog status. Especially when Maeve’s nose for trouble leads her into some hocus pocus that threatens them both.


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Out of the Past

by Renee Pawlish


Compelled by a dark secret from his past, private investigator Reed Ferguson takes on his most unique case yet: bodyguard for young, spoiled trust-fund baby Stephanie McMahon. As Reed tries to protect her from her father’s enemies, he gets more than he bargained for. Things are not what they seem, no one can be trusted, and the past has a way of coming back to haunt us. And when suspicious deaths begin piling up, Reed knows he might be next. With a twisting plot and film noir fun that readers have come to expect, Out of the Past is Reed Ferguson at his best.


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Category: Mystery – Private Investigators

Amnesia

by Michael Ridpath


He woke up to discover he had killed the only woman he ever loved. She discovered it was her grandmother.

Alastair is a doctor in his eighties, living in a cottage by a loch in Scotland. He wakes up in hospital having fallen and hit his head, inducing almost total amnesia. A young family friend, Clemence, is brought in to help rekindle his memory. In his cottage Clemence finds a manuscript. The first line shocks her:

It was a warm, still night and the cry of a tawny owl swirled through the birch trees by the loch, when I killed the only woman I have ever loved.

She reads the short prologue: it describes a murder by someone who is clearly the old doctor. The victim is Clemence’s French grandmother, Sophie.

Clemence decides to read the book to the old doctor as it describes how he and his friends met Sophie in Paris in 1935. As they read on, there are people closing in on the cottage by the loch who are willing to kill to make sure that the old man’s secrets stay forgotten.


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Category: Thrillers – Historical

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