Murder Of A Werewolf (A Brimstone Witch Mystery Book 1) by April Fernsby

A Paranormal Cozy MysteryBrimstone – a town where supernatural beings live – and where crime is on the increase.Just like her gran, Cassia Winter is a witch. The Winter witches are responsible for investigating crimes in Brimstone. The only problem is, Cassia doesn’t know she’s a witch yet.When Gran tells Cassia about her true nature, Cassia dismisses it as nonsense. But a terrible incident causes Cassia to change her mind. With her cat, Stanley, at her side, Cassia enters Brimstone and is soon investigating the murder of a werewolf.

Author: April Fernsby

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
157 reviews

What Hurts the Most: An engrossing, heart-stopping thriller (7th Street Crew Book 1) by Willow Rose

Engrossing mystery from an Amazon ALL-star Best-selling author.You will never guess the ending!Am I pretty? Imagine being asked that question standing face to face with a killer. What would you answer? While her life is going from bad to worse, journalist Mary Mills receives a phone call from her father telling her that her brother has been arrested for murder. Mary decides to go back to her hometown of Cocoa Beach, Florida, which she left twenty years back and has never visited since. Working with her old friends from the 7th Street Crew, she tracks down the most disturbing and surprising killer this town has ever faced before a shocking conclusion turns everything upside down for them. Determined to solve the murder and to have her brother acquitted, Mary is forced to face demons from her past she never thought she would have to again. ˃˃˃ What Hurts the Most is a chilling, fast-paced story of murder and revenge.It’s the first in Willow Rose’s new series about Mary Mills and her childhood friends from 7th Street. It is full of the twists and turns that Willow Rose is known and loved for by readers all over the world. Grab your copy today.

Author: Willow Rose

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
230 reviews

The Haunting of Jekyll Island: A Paranormal Mystery & Ghost Story (Taryn’s Camera Book 5) by Rebecca Patrick-Howard and Amy Quire

Jekyll Island is full of ghosts and their need for Taryn is strong!Book 6,Black Raven Inn, is available for pre-order NOW! Read an except at the end of this book!Jekyll Island is known for its ghosts, as well as its fascinating history, but now the two are about to take Taryn on a wild ride she’ll never forget! Jekyll Island: celebrated for its beautiful historic hotel, alligators, gorgeous beaches, wild beauty, intriguing history that stretches back nearly 5 centuries, and its spirits…When Taryn’s hired to paint two of the hotel’s historic cottages she’s excited at the chance to spend the summer on one of the Atlantic’s most stunning islands. There’s a formidable presence, however, that stalks the artist and history buff and grasps her within its ominous shadows. The past has never been more alive. It clings to her, taunts her, and threatens her sanity and very life. A fire consumed most of the hotel more than 100 years ago. The culprit was hanged for his crime, as well as for the murder of his young wife Rachel. Is it Rachel’s ghost back for vengeance (or help) or is it something more sinister that clings to the island and claws its way into Taryn’s camera and dreams? One thing is for sure–if she makes it out of THIS place alive, Taryn will never be the same!**Enjoy “Taryn’s” original photography–images of Jekyll Island and the surrounding area before the start of each chapter!**Book 5 in the Taryn’s Camera series, a paranormal mystery series that follows 30-year-old Taryn Magill, a mixed media artist who recreates historical, and often rundown, buildings through her paintings. Her real talent, however, is the fact that she can SEE the past through the lens of her beloved camera, Miss Dixie. Together, they work to solve the mysteries of the places they visit-sometimes with the extra help of the dead. The hauntings and poltergeists are only the beginning of what they find! A little crime noir, a little mystery, a little paranormal-and a whole lot of fun!

Author: Rebecca Patrick-Howard and Amy Quire

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
75 reviews

Wicca for Beginners: A Guide to Real Wiccan Beliefs,Magic and Rituals (Wiccan Spells – Witchcraft – Wicca Traditions – Wiccan Love Spells) by Gillian Nolan

Everything you need to know about the Peaceful Wicca Religion

This book will show you the charming beliefs and traditions of the Wiccan way of life.

This book is a great start for anyone interested in and curious about the Wiccan religion or already practicing Wiccans who want to learn more and go
deeper into Wiccan Rituals, Traditions and Spells.

There is lot of misunderstanding of the real Wiccan lifestyle and way of life but now there is a great number of people who are becoming interested in
other forms of spirituality that are more in tuned with Nature and the Human Spirit.

Here is a preview of what you will learn in this book.

What Wicca is

Rituals, Magick and Spells in Wicca

Healing Spells

Money Spells

Love Spells

New Years Rituals

Making a Scrying Mirror

Ostara Ritual

Wicca Mythology

Finding a Coven and Creating an Altar

Wicca book of shadows

Author: Gillian Nolan

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
262 reviews

Ghost of a Chance (Chintz ‘n China Book 1) by Yasmine Galenorn

Emerald O’Brien is the owner of the Chintz ‘n China Tea Room where guests are served the perfect blend of teas and tarot readings. She never set out to be a detective, but once word gets out that she can communicate with the dead, there’s no turning back… When the ghost of Susan Mitchell asks for Emerald’s help in convicting her own murderer, Emerald can’t refuse. Along with her friends-an ex-supermodel and a cop-and her new love interest, Emerald must search for clues to put the killer behind bars, and Susan’s tortured soul to rest.

Author: Yasmine Galenorn

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
344 reviews

Dragonoak: The Complete History of Kastelir by Sam Farren

After being exiled to the farmland around her village, Rowan Northwood takes the only chance at freedom she might ever get: she runs away with a passing Knight and doesn’t look back. The woman cares nothing for Rowan’s company, but nor does she seem perturbed by the powers that burn within her.

Rowan soon learns that the scope of their journey is more than a desperate grasp at adventure. She breaks away from the weighty judgement of her village, but has no choice but to abandon her Kingdom altogether. Sir Ightham’s past leads them through Kastelir, a country draped in the shadow of its long-dead Queen—a woman who was all tusks and claws and great, spiralling horns.

Hiding her necromancy is no longer Rowan’s greatest challenge, and what leads them across Kingdoms and through mountains is a heavier burden than she ever could’ve imagined.

Author: Sam Farren

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
115 reviews

The Witches of Dark Root (Daughters of Dark Root Book 1) by April Aasheim

Deep in the forests of Central Oregon is a town called Dark Root, a place shrouded in secrets, mystery, and witchcraft. But for Maggie Maddock, Dark Root is also a prison, a place where she is forced to spend her days working in her mother’s magick shop, forfeiting any dreams of her own as her mother prepares her to take over the family coven. So when a mysterious stranger suddenly appears and offers to take her away from it all, Maggie jumps at the chance.
Now, seven years later, a strange phone call sends Maggie home where she is unprepared for what awaits her: a town that’s lost its magic, a mother with an unexplained illness, a house buried in secrets, and a renewed sibling rivalry.
Will Maggie run again, or will she embrace her witchy roots to save all that she loves?

Part Practical Magic, part Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, The Witches of Dark Root is a tale that seamlessly weaves the normal with the mystical, the mundane with the fantastic. Zipping in and out of time from Maggie’s childhood as an apprentice witch to current day, where Maggie struggles with her increasing powers as well as family obligations. The Witches of Dark Root is a book rich in fantasy, mystery, and heart which will leave readers believing in magic.

Author: April Aasheim

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
476 reviews

Moonlight Falls on Seven Sisters (Seven Sisters Series Book 2) by M.L. Bullock

The Ghostly Saga of Seven Sisters ContinuesStep Into the Moonlight Garden–If You DareWhen a young, wealthy heiress, Calpurnia Cottonwood, disappears from Seven Sisters in 1850, rumors swirl. But no trace of the girl had ever been found””until now. Historian Carrie Jo Jardine and her handsome employer, Ashland Stuart, find clues to the heiress’ whereabouts and even more mysteries are revealed. With Carrie Jo’s ability to dream about the past, she watches a sinister plot unfold. Is she unable to prevent tragedy, or can she intercede without ending up lost too? Uncanny encounters with an unhappy presence and a walk in the Moonlight Garden leave Carrie Jo wondering if the past is trying to repeat itself. Can she and Ashland survive threats from the present and the past? Will they be safe when moonlight falls on Seven Sisters?Books in the Seven Sisters SeriesSeven SistersMoonlight Falls on Seven SistersShadows Stir At Seven SistersThe Stars That FellThe Stars We Walked Upon˃˃˃ The Desert Queen SeriesThe Tale of NefretThe Falcon RisesThe Kingdom of Nefret˃˃˃ Praise for the Seven Sisters Series”Historical fiction mixed with a modern mystery at its finest!””This book is fabulous with delightful characters.””Cannot stop reading! Intriguing storyline, well developed characters, so enjoy the building of the plot and storyline!””I absolutely love this book and couldn’t wait to read the second one in the series!””Easy reading. Very exciting, captivating & intriguing! Could not put the book down.”If you love fast-paced ghost stories, grab a sample or a free copy now!

Author: M.L. Bullock

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
362 reviews

The Unusual Second Life of Thomas Weaver: A Middle Falls Time Travel Story (Middle Falls Time Travel Series Book 1) by Shawn Inmon

All Thomas Weaver wanted was death. What he got was time travel. In 1976, Thomas accidentally killed his brother. Forty years later, he gave up and took his own life.Then he opened his eyes in his teenage bedroom and body, all memories intact, and his brother very much alive.Given a second chance, Thomas sets out to make things right. But, being a middle-aged man in a teenager’s body, facing a classmate destined to become a serial killer, navigating a new romance, and trying to remember what a quadratic equation is, makes even a second life a challenge.What would you do, if you could do it all again?The second Middle Falls Time Travel Novel – The Redemption of Michael Hollister – is now available. The third book in the series – The Death and Life of Dominick Davidner – is available on presale and will be published in December 2017.

Author: Shawn Inmon

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
213 reviews

The Unhappy Medium: A Supernatural Comedy. Book 1 by T. J. Brown

About The Unhappy Medium

When even the laws of physics let you down, the absurd, the ludicrous and the frankly impossible may be all you have left.

Dr Newton Barlow has everything a theoretical physicist could ask for – a glittering career both in the lab and on television, a beautiful wife, and best of all, the opportunity to promote his rock-solid certainty that supernatural and religious beliefs are nothing but complete and utter hokum.

But Barlow is about to take a tumble. Mired in accusations of fraud, incompetence and malpractice, Newton is cast out from the scientific establishment and ejected from the family home. With his life in tatters, he descends into a wine-sodden wilderness.

Then, after three lost years, Barlow is suddenly approached by his old mentor and fellow sceptic Dr Sixsmith with an extraordinary proposition, an offer that Newton simply cannot refuse. There’s just one small problem:

Dr Sixsmith is dead.

Thrown headlong into a new reality that simply shouldn’t exist, Dr Newton Barlow is about to come up against the best and the worst of human nature: tooled-up vicars, paper-pushing ancient Greeks, sinister property developers, a saucy rubber nun and possibly the most mean-spirited man ever to have walked the earth (twice).

From the dusty plains of Spain to the leafy vicarages of Hampshire, Dr Barlow will have to contradict everything he ever believed in if he wants to save this world – and the next.

Author: T. J. Brown

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
357 reviews