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    Two cats. Double your fun.

    It is interesting seeing Lee start the job that she came to Salem but didn't get (from book 1). I'm going to miss seeing her teach at the Tabby (unless she somehow manages to do both). I'm not sure I entirely believe her struggle with also becoming an investigative reports (since she taught this in the last two books). I have some issues with the way the villains behave in this book (but can't really say more without giving away part of the plot). The book is consistent with the rest of the books in the series.
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    I loved it!

    This series is one of my favourties, and this latest offering did not disappoint! The whodunit kept my interest and guessing right until the end. I love the characters, and the premise of this series. I strongly recommend you read this series in order and I cannot wait to read the next one. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Salem, witches and muder

    Everyone in Salem, Massachusetts is getting ready to celebrate the Christmas season. Santa's with their kettles and bell ringing to donations being made to the homeless and needy. Lee Barrett is WICH-TV’s new field reporter. She is sent to interview Albert Eldridge, Chair of the Holiday Walk committee. When she goes into his office, she finds Mr Eldridge dead. Who would want to hurt this man? Pete Mondello is a cop who arrives on the scene to investigate. Pete is, also Lee's boyfriend. As a reporter, Lee finds it hard to stay out of the investigation. Bodies and clues start stacking up. Will Lee survive the Christmas Season? Plenty of mystery. I loved this book. Lee is one of my all time favorite characters. I received this book from Net Galley and Kensington Books for a honest review and no compensation otherwise.
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    A great, light paranormal cozy!

    I am new to this series and author, and this author has picked up a new fan. I also must say even though I’ve never read a book in this series, the author did a great job of making sure new readers knew what was going on, or had gone on the past, so we wouldn’t be lost. I liked all of the characters (I think the cats were my favorite!) and will have to read the previous books to see what all I’ve missed. I do have to mention that some of the book could have been cut out and still would have been a good read. The plot got bogged down a little bit by a lot of description and by Lee’s new job as a reporter. These things weren’t terrible, but I don’t think were completely necessary to the book. There were also a few timeline inconsistencies in this book that I hope will be corrected by publication. However, overall, this book was a great paranormal cozy that flowed along smoothly even with those minor hiccups. Even if you don’t like paranormal, there were few elements that were so I think you’d still like this. Give it a try! Highly recommend! I was provided the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.
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    Hitchcockian Christmas!

    The latest entry in one of my favourite cozy series knocks it out of the park! Perry crafts a charming yet menacing tale that invokes the spirit of Christie and Hitchcock. A perfect read for a snowy day when you’re safe and warm. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not paid for this review.
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