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    Many suspects no one wants to consider (but must)

    I'm still trying to figure out what the title has to do with the book. Usually there is some sort of connection but in this case, I think the relation is esoteric. The mystery itself is fine; it's also good that there is a ready pool of suspects that no one wants to think of suspects yet everyone does in one way or another. I wonder how hard it would be to do a book from the point of view of the cat?
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    Forty five year old secrets

    Aunt Ibby and her classmates are planning their 45th Salem High School reunion and so many memories come rushing back to the surface. But that’s not all that’s coming to the surface when Lee heads to the old quarry where an old car is discovered submerged in the waters. Turns out it’s Aunt Ibby’s old boyfriend’s car and his body is in there.everyone thought he’d just run away from an abusive father all these years. But who would kill him and why? Lee puts on her investigative reporter hat and tries to bring the truth to the surface. I have long enjoyed this series and this installment is the best one yet. Who doesn’t love O’Ryan,? All of the characters complement each other in the overall telling of the story and make it a pleasure to spend time in Salem with them. Love that local places are written into the story as well…some of them may not be named but I know exactly where the author is writing about. A great series. Can’t wait for the next book in this series.
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    Loved

    Loved this book! Each book in the series is better than the one before. Lee is a reporter for a local tv station who is dating Pete,a local police detective. Lee was raised by her aunt and shares a house with her. When she begins looking into the background of a news story she quickly finds that it intersects with one of Pete's cases and impacts her aunt. I love the way that Pete and Lee interact and how their relationship has progressed over the series, especially how Pete has handled Lee's scrying ability. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. The author is on my must read authors' list
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    Final end

    Lee and her Aunt Ibby are smart independent women, who arent afraid to hunt down clues and tackle the bad guys. They do have back up from Pete the cop, River the witch and the wich TV crew. Great entertaining story.
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    The 8th A Witch City Mystery!

    It is May in Salem, Massachusetts. Lee and her camera woman, Francine Hunter are tracking down a lead and hope to get a juicy story. They find police divers exploring a quarry and Lee scoops other reporters when they find a mustang with bones inside about 120 twenty feet down. Unfortunately, the body turns out to be an old flame of Aunt Ibby’s who disappeared before their high school graduation. All this time, It was believed the victim had taken off after an altercation with his father. Lee begins having visions of the past which lead her to identifying the killer. Carol J. Perry’s writing style is informal writing style which makes Final Exam a pleasure to read. The story has good flow with gentle pacing. I like the variety of characters in A Witch City Mystery series with O’Ryan being my favorite. He is an astute cat who aids Lee in solving her crimes. It was cute how O’Ryan had a friend to play with in this story, and they managed to cause some misdirection and mischief. There are plenty of enjoyable moments between the characters. Lee’s scrying abilities are integrated into the storyline along with a tarot reading from her friend, River North. Her tarot card readings are always helpful. The mystery was intriguing because it involved a cold case. There are pointed clues to aid readers in solving the crime. Past misdeeds have a way of coming back to haunt us. I was appreciative of the epilogue that wrapped up the mystery. Final Exam can be read alone if you have not read any of the previous A Witch City Mysteries. I do want to let readers know that there is foul language scattered throughout the story which is unusual for a cozy mystery. Included in the book are recipes for ginger pancakes, grape nuts pudding and Lee’s bread dipping sauce. Final Exam transports readers to Salem as Lee probes into the past to excavate a killer.
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