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    A Magical Mystery!

    Look Both Ways by Carol J. Perry is the third book in Witch City Mystery series. Lee Barrett is working on furnishing her new apartment which is on the top floor of her Aunt Ibby’s home (where she grew up). It is summer time which means she has extra time on her hands. Lee teaches TV Production 101 at Tabitha Trumbull Academy of the Arts (aka Tabby). To keep herself busy, Lee has agreed to locate the props needed to the plays being performed at the school that summer. Lee and her Aunt Ibby (Isobel Russell) see a snippet on television about an antiques dealer, Shea Tolliver who has a dresser with hidden compartments. The dresser is identical to one Lee had as a child that burned in a fire. Lee rushes over to purchase the dresser. It previously belonged to Helena Trent who was murdered over six years previously. When Lee goes back to Tolliver's Antiques and Uniques to look for more items for her apartment, she finds Shea Tolliver dead in the store. Lee sets out to find out who killed Shea Tolliver. Does it have anything to do with the dresser she purchased and Helena's missing pink diamond necklace (worth a pretty penny)? Will Lee’s newly discovered scrying talent help in solving this puzzle? I enjoyed reading Look Both Ways. It is a fun, paranormal mystery novel. While this is the third book in the series, you can read it without having enjoyed the first two books (though you should read them). I give Look Both Ways 4.25 out of 5 stars. I like the characters in the novel as well as the town of Salem, Massachusetts (which I bet is a great town to live in during Halloween). I am hoping that Lee will embrace her talents more fully in the next book. One thing I did not enjoy was the addition of dream interpretation and Feng shui. I did not feel it helped or enhanced the story. The book already contains witchcraft, tarot reading, and scrying. Overall, Look Both Ways is a magical book that is a delight to read! I received a complimentary copy of Look Both Ways from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    O'Ryan (The Cat) and friends to the rescue

    Sometimes the cat knows more than he lets on. He leads his "staff " on a merry chase. Some danger, fun, family, and love.
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    Hidden Secrets in Salem

    I really enjoyed this cozy mystery. This is the first one I have read in the series but I did not feel lost. The mystery in the previous books is mentioned but there were no spoilers. I liked the characters and the Salem, MA setting. Lee purchases a bureau that holds the secret to an old murder and a new murder. Her boyfriend is a local policeman and she does work with him. I also liked her relationship with her Aunt and her Best Friend River. There is some light paranormal used in solving the mystery. I was able to figure out the killer but there were enough suspects to make it interesting. I also liked the antique background. I will be going back to read the first two. Enjoy this quick light read. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review
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