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Angela M. Sanders

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Værker af Angela M. Sanders

The Lanvin Murders (1651) 130 eksemplarer
Bait and Witch (2020) 104 eksemplarer
Seven-Year Witch (2021) 57 eksemplarer
Witch and Famous (2022) 44 eksemplarer
Witch upon a Star (2023) 30 eksemplarer
Slain in Schiaparelli (2015) 12 eksemplarer
Dior or Die (2014) 12 eksemplarer
The Halston Hit (2016) 8 eksemplarer
The Booster Club (2015) 6 eksemplarer
Good Southern Witches (2021) — Bidragyder — 5 eksemplarer
Cat in a Bag (2017) 1 eksemplar
Secret of the Blue Lily (2020) 1 eksemplar
Head Case (2018) 1 eksemplar

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I really quite enjoyed reading this. I didn't think I would and in the beginning I was starting to regret my choice but as the story progressed it got better. It was a cute, quick, witty read. And contrary to the reviews, only one person (Roz) really registered psychopathic jealousy. The way other reviewers wrote about it, you'd think the whole female population was seething with envy.

Except for Roz (who really came out silly and foolish; I didn't like her one bit) all the other characters especially the MC, I liked. The mystery was intriguing and the resolution was satisfying. And the witchy part, which I usually don't care for a genre was unique and written in a fun way.… (mere)
Manhattanite | 4 andre anmeldelser | Apr 21, 2024 |
The library's books continue to talk to Josie. This time it is a Sherlock Holmes anthology. She is not sure why and keeps putting it back on the shelf. Helen, who teaches organ lessons at the library, thinks she saw her late husband as a contestant on a game show. She asks Josie to help track him down. When the game show contestant comes to town, he ends up dead. Who did it? Why? Was he really Helen's husband? Then Josie gets guests staying at the library. How will it end? What does Sherlock have to say about it?

I enjoyed this book. Josie is keeping secrets from Sam and butting her nose into his case. He keeps warning her to keep her nose out of it, but Josie has a lot of theories about what happened in the past. Knowing Sam's feelings about secrets, I have a hard time believing Josie is keeping the secrets. I also cannot believe she is allowing people to stay at the library. She also is helping Roz and Landon solve their housing situation. They are quite humorous on their upset on it.

I have to admit I did not solve the murder. I suspected the wrong person. I had an idea of how some of the past fit into the story currently but not all of it. I was surprised at how much I did not figure out.

I like Josie and Sam. They are good for each other. Now I think Josie needs to put on her big girl pants and let Sam know her secret. She knows much of his. I look forward to more in the series.
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Sheila1957 | 1 anden anmeldelse | Mar 29, 2024 |
Gone with the Witch is the fifth book in the Witch Way Librarian Mysteries by Angela M. Sanders, and she just took the series into a fun, new direction that I am so excited to see how it continues to develop.

I read a lot of cozies, and paranormal cozies is my absolute favorite sub-genre. The Witch Way Librarian Mysteries is one series that I always keep an eye out for the next book, and one that I always recommend.

About 50% of the time I find myself enjoying the side characters (Scooby Gang) more than the main character, but in this series I love them all. There are so many varied and well written characters. I’m even enjoying the stretched out romance, because it’s not a main story line.

Besides all the fantastic characters, I love the premise of this series, a witch who recently came into her powers being helped by her deceased Grandmother through letters, and who gains power and wisdom from all the books in the library that talk to her. Oh, how I wish I was her!
And Sanders took it a step further in Gone with the Witch, by introducing a new way that characters can come to life and help out Josie in solving mysteries.
We also are introduced to a powerful nemesis, but are not sure who it could be yet, although I have an idea, and I’m excited to see if I’m correct when I read the next book in the series.

If you did not get it from reading this review, I highly recommend this series for anyone who enjoys cozies, mysteries, or the supernatural.
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KimHeniadis | 1 anden anmeldelse | Feb 2, 2024 |
osie’s sister Jean is visiting while attending a workshop for life coaches. Josie’s mom insists she shouldn’t tell Jean about her magic powers, but it’s getting harder for her not to include her sister in the knowledge that all the women in her family - Jean included - have some sort of magical powers. Books speak to Josie, and she is going to need that special help when it comes to solving murders and keeping her sister safe. The sisters team up to eliminate suspects, but they really aren’t very good at it. What they are good at is putting themselves in danger. It’s a good thing Josie lives next door to the sheriff, and it’s a very good thing he has his eye on Josie, for more than one reason. This is a fun cozy, despite the murders, with a very intelligent cat and with books singing and dancing around the library when only Josie is there. Well written with great characters, this series is always a delight.… (mere)
Maydacat | 5 andre anmeldelser | Sep 23, 2023 |

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