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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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    Love this series!

    Lee Barrett is back on the air in Salem Massachusetts. Christmas is in the air an Lee is covering the season for WICH-TV when a local philanthropist is found murdered. Lee and the gang find themselves smack in the middle of things and her cat O’Ryan, her visions, and the Tarot cards are trying to tell Lee something, but what? The series is a fun one and the Salem setting is true to the city and I love that the author uses actual businesses in her stories. As a visitor to Salem, it’s fun to recognize some of the spots. Escape to Salem for Christmas and enjoy the mystery! Can’t wait for the next entry in the series!
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    Another excellent read

    It’s Christmas time in Salem and Lee has a new job: Field reporter. While out doing interviews one day, Lee and her camerawoman stumble across a murder. And thus begins a new adventure....Lee and her detective boyfriend solve the case and O’Ryan and his girl friend Frankie save Lee. As usual a nice twisty plot.
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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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    Another winner!

    Another winner! I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and found myself engrossed in the plot. Once more, Lee is seeing images she doesn't understand, even with the clues her faithful (and former witch's) cat provides. Once thing I really enjoy about this series is how the characters have developed and grown in each book. Lee has had a collection of jobs, from tv psychic, to journalism instructor, to investigative reporter. It is in her role as a reporter that has her covering a murder when she has the misfortune of finding the victim. Her boyfriend, police detective Pete, responds and Lee attempts to get the inside scoop on the deceased while also providing live news updates. What follows is a great who-done-it mystery, with Pete balancing between sharing with his girlfriend, vs, maintaining confidentiality with the press. This is a wonderful mystery with a bit of paranormal that fans of the genre will love. The author is on my must read authors' list. While this novel is part of a series, this is a stand alone book. However, it is so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all.
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