Love the vintage- not the ghosts Lily Ivory feels that she can finally fit in somewhere and conceal her "witchiness" in San Francisco. It's there that she opens her vintage clothing shop, outfitting customers both spiritually and stylistically. Just when things seem normal, a client is murdered... show more
Love the vintage- not the ghosts Lily Ivory feels that she can finally fit in somewhere and conceal her "witchiness" in San Francisco. It's there that she opens her vintage clothing shop, outfitting customers both spiritually and stylistically. Just when things seem normal, a client is murdered and children start disappearing from the Bay Area. Lily has a good idea that some bad phantoms are behind it. Can she keep her identity secret, or will her witchy ways be forced out of the closet as she attempts to stop the phantom?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 7th 2009
Pages no: 313
Edition language: English
Series: A Witchcraft Mystery (#1)
Blackwell’s Haunted Renovation series has long been a favorite of mine, so this witchy mystery series looked promising. It did deliver for the most part, with an interesting mystery in the midst of introducing a new cast of characters and backgrounds. The author does a good job of delivering informa...
Check out my other listens at Eargasms Audiobook ReviewsWhat a great find this is, a new series with several books already released!! Happy Dance!Lily is a really interesting character, the whole witch angle is very intriguing. There seems to be a great deal of exposition that is being left out, lot...
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I have mixed feelings about this book. I liked the story and the mystery was very interesting but the characters lacked consistency. About half way through the story I was unsure I'd be reading the next one because the main character, Lily alternated between self pity and being a sanctimonious know ...
Real rating: 3.5.I liked the narration. It had its very brilliant moments, its few falls, and it even managed to hide the bad guy for a while (not forever of course, but then, after a few hundred books you start to get the hang of it). I liked Aidan. And Max. And Sandra gave me the creeps, in that o...