PUTTING ON A WITCH By Joyce and Jim Levene



The third book in the Retired Witches mysteries we find the Coven preparing to attend Brian’s birthday party at the Castle of his parents. This true fantasy as magic is everywhere. We find a shapesetter, Dragon magic, the Sea God, a ghost and the witchfinder all presented in the story.
Molly, Elsie, and Dorothy visited the Witches dressmaker to select gowns for the party. Arriving at the party, they are in awe of the glamour and beauty of the Castle, the Coven learns that Olivia is present in Dorothy’s bracelet. Ghosts are not allowed in the Castle be a degree of the Council. The group finds a member of Council dying and Molly hears her last words. A spell locks all those present in the Castle until the Killer is found. At this point, the story begins the turns and twists so it was difficult to put the book down. The ending will surprise and a fitting end to the series.

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3 Responses to PUTTING ON A WITCH By Joyce and Jim Levene

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve not read any of this series.

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