How well do you know your friends? Kate Brody is ready to enjoy her new-found freedom after closing her café. With a fresh start, a change in business plans, and a new friend in town, she’s off to a good start. Unfortunately, things take a turn when her friend, Daphne, is implicated in a murder.
Daphne was the last one seen arguing with the odd, cranky lawyer—and the one who found his dead body. With all eyes on Daphne as the most obvious suspect, there’s a flush of whispers quickly spreading across town.
Can Kate help Daphne clear her name before her reputation is shredded to tatters? Or is Daphne hiding a secret all her own? With a cast of quirky characters, and a mystery loaded with small-town charm, can you solve this case before Kate does? Can Kate’s witchy magic help solve the case, or will it hinder her at every move?
Red Cedar Valley’s mayor was killed, and it's been deemed suspicious. With a big, fat reward offered for information, Kate can’t help thinking the money is exactly what she needs to get back on her feet. Her business life is in turmoil, and she still needs to find a new home.
Then there’s the sparking madness of her fingers. A visit to the apothecary sits at the top of her priority list. Can she find answers and undo the damage that’s been done? Or will she forever be changed—unable to control the fire?
Kate tangles with a mix of quirky characters, goes in search of a killer, and tries to find forgiveness when she gets unexpected news. Join Kate, Phoenix, and all her friends and family in the fun, magical story. “An Oddly Familiar Witch” is the sixth book in the Keystone County Witches series.
Kate’s rising blood pressure is bad news. With the challenges she’s facing, it’s no wonder her blood’s been close to boiling. When her doctor gives her marching orders to jumpstart healthier habits, she joins a social-walking group hoping it fuels her motivation. Unfortunately, things aren’t quite the cakewalk she intended.
What starts out as a fun, social group, soon turns into a gossiping, backstabbing, competitive mess that’s walking a thin line between trouble and more trouble. Clearly her intentions were misunderstood.
When a dead body turns up on their regular trail, the police get involved. Kate’s ready to walk off the job as the new walk-club coordinator. Trying to learn more from the group is like herding cats while walking blindly across eggshells. She thought she was helping, but when the police tell Kate to take a hike or get arrested for interfering, all bets are off.
With secrets spilling out faster than an overflowing river on a sandy bank, can Kate and her companions figure out who stepped out of bounds and did the dirty deed? Or will her good intentions get steamrolled like a flattened penny on a newly paved road?
Kate Brody may have things together at work, but at home, she’s anything but organized. Her silverware drawer is a jumble of forks and spoons that don’t match, her desk is littered with enough sticky-notes to start a campfire, and her closet resembles the aftermath of a rockslide.
Non-stop nagging from her mother forces her hand. She begrudgingly hires a professional organizer to get things in order. It seems to be going well—until the woman keels over in her bedroom closet. Not good. She’s stiffer than an 80’s hair style that’s been glued into place with five bottles of hairspray.
It doesn’t take long for the tragic news to spread like wildfire. All eyes turn to Kate. Now, locked in the local detective’s crosshairs, she scrambles to find answers before he concludes she’s the guilty party. It’s not like the autopsy report is helping her case.
Kate Brody wrestles with a hectic, non-stop schedule. Lately, she’s burning the witch candle at both ends. Between work and enhancing her magical spell knowledge, she’s petering out. As for her social life, it’s all but dead, like the body found in a local competing coffee shop.
Join the small town charm and magical characters of Keystone County as Kate tackles a new and deadly mystery. She’s only got one thing on her mind–finding answers.
Enjoy a cozy mystery that offers witches, a talking cat, magic, along with a cauldron of mayhem. A Fairly Obvious Witch is the third book in the Keystone County Witches series.
Do you love fun cozy mysteries with witches and snarky, talking cats? Can’t get enough tarot card readings, crystals, herbs, and magic spells?
Kate Brody is a nosy new age witch with a business to run. She doesn’t have time to solve crime. Unfortunately, when a dead body is found in her small Pennsylvania town, she gets dragged into the mess by her best friend. Avery’s always had her back, and Kate will do anything she can to help. Can Kate rely on her magic for answers? Or will her spells be dead in the water like the victim was?
In a tangled case of missed leads and misdeeds, Kate scrambles to find answers before her best friend’s brother ends up being charged for a crime that he says he didn’t commit. “A Deceptively Honest Witch” is the second book in the Keystone County Witches series.
Kate has hex appeal, or maybe she's jinxed. Only time will tell. Sit for a spell and enjoy a new cozy mystery with witches, magic, and a snarky cat. Kate Brody’s café serves up enchanted drinks boosted with a touch of magic and tasty treats. Unfortunately, trouble finds its way to her door.
Betsy Ambrose is aghast that a witch owns the shop beside her store. She’s made it perfectly clear, she not a fan of witches living or working in Keystone County. Even worse, her daughter is newly engaged to Kate's brother. There's no way she'll let her daughter get tangled up with witches—it would ruin her family’s reputation. She promises to stop the couple from tying the knot, no matter what it takes.
When Betsy dies at the newly engaged couple’s party, all eyes are cast on the Brody family. After all, they hosted the fest and prepared the food. If that wasn't enough, Kate's mother threatened Betsy within days of her death. With a police detective convinced the witchy duo had something to do with the murder, and a local reporter digging up dirt that doesn't want to be unearthed, Kate is determined to figure out who the killer is to clear her family name.
Will witches be cast out of the small Pennsylvania town they call home? Or can Kate find answers that don't want to be found? An Imperfectly Perfect Witch is the first book in a new paranormal cozy mystery series. Enjoy a fun, easy read that's twisted with magic, mystery, and a cauldron full of mayhem.