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Review - Pumpkintown Perils: Volume One by Aubrey Law
Genre: Paranormal/Mystery/Suspense with a little bit of Chick Lit
Deep in the Jagged Wood enchanted forest, wild witch Wanda Tempest owns a magic supply shop, practices witchcraft, drinks too much, dances and frequently falls prey to a weakness for attractive men. She also happens to be a promising, if only part-time, Private Investigator. She’s talented, beautiful and has earned the respect and admiration of the equally talented, though far less striking, Police Inspector Sam Shamrock, an overweight leprechaun. He’s crazy about her… she’s crazy about her cat food refusing whiskered companion, Jinxy.
Join this formidable, if mismatched, crime-solving duo, as they tackle mysteries ranging from the scandalous to the outright strange. Talking trees, evil gnomes, murderous wood trolls and homicidal humans will keep Wanda and Sam fighting for justice, and their very lives.
Troublesome twin sisters, a crazy great-aunt, a kiss that shouldn’t have happened and a spoiled Siberian cat with a smart mouth all guarantee that Wanda’s life remains full of surprises. As long as Sam doesn't drink too many Irish Coffees everything usually works out.
[This book contains the first four Wild Wild Witch mysteries. I hope you enjoy.]
About the Author:
Aubrey Law is a mystery and fantasy writer from Los Angeles, California who shares a small apartment with a spoiled Siberian black cat named Jinxy. Aubrey's magical Wild Wild Witch series contains a mixture of mystery, laughter, and some romance.
I just had to give this book a five star rating, since I enjoyed it so much! I loved reading about the characters, and I also like Wanda's humorous point of view. The chapters were nice and short, and overall the book was also sort of short, but maybe it felt that way because I flew through the book so fast. I most certainly would read one of Aubrey Law's books again! Last Word: Besides for the last John Grisham book I read, the last time I gave a book a five star rating was in July this year. This was a perfect pick for me. : ) Enjoy, Carmen.