A Potion to Die For
TROUBLE IS BREWING… As the owner of Little Shop of Potions, a magic potion shop specializing in love potions, Carly Bell Hartwell finds her product more in demand than ever. A local soothsayer has predicted that a couple in town will soon divorce—and now it seems every married person in... show more
TROUBLE IS BREWING…
As the owner of Little Shop of Potions, a magic potion shop specializing in love potions, Carly Bell Hartwell finds her product more in demand than ever. A local soothsayer has predicted that a couple in town will soon divorce—and now it seems every married person in Hitching Post, Alabama, wants a little extra matrimonial magic to make sure they stay hitched.
But when Carly finds a dead man in her shop, clutching one of her potion bottles, she goes from most popular potion person to public enemy number one. In no time the murder investigation becomes a witch hunt—literally! Now Carly is going to need to brew up some serious sleuthing skills to clear her name and find the real killer—before the whole town becomes convinced her potions really are to die for!
Publish date: 2013-11-05
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Magic Potion Mystery (#1)
Ms. Blake/Webber knows how to tell a story and did not disappoint with this first book in yet another new series. I liked the family history part of this witch-y family's story and definitely look forward to the next one. RECOMMEND!
Heather Webber/Blake is one of those authors who not only write multiple series (this is the beginning of her third current one) but writes them all really well. I'm certain she's not in a small group in this regard, but she is one of the few authors I trust enough to just blindly pick up their new...
I should probably admit here that I have loved everything I've ever read by Heather Blake/Heather Webber, and that she is also one of the sweetest people I have ever met. When I heard she was coming out with this series, I was highly excited and was even more excited when I scored an ARC via an ...
A cute start to a new cozy mystery series. I chuckled out loud at some of the antics of the southern characters. I never saw "whodunit" until the end and then it made perfect sense.