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Friday, April 26, 2019

Blog Tour, Review, & Giveaway for Magickal Mystery Lore by Sharon Pape

Magickal Mystery Lore 

(An Abracadabra Mystery)  

by Sharon Pape

About the Book

Paranormal Cozy Mystery 4th in Series  
Lyrical Underground (April 16, 2019)  
Pages: 317 (including a sneak peek into book 5)  
This spells trouble . . .
The New Camel Day Fair is a fun-filled event for residents of this upstate New York town. Kailyn Wilde, a modern-day witch of ancient lineage, leaves her potion shop, Abracadabra—and her feline familiar, Sashkatu—to attend with her fortune-telling Aunt Tilly. Joining them is legendary wizard Merlin, who’s discovering new pleasures of time-traveling to the modern world, including curly fries and kettle corn—but the appeal of the Tilt-a-Wheel is beyond his mystical imagination.
The real wild ride begins later, when neighboring sweet shop owner Lolly rushes into Abracadabra with news about a dead body. The victim has one of Lolly’s fudge knives stuck in her back, but in spite of the sticky evidence, Lolly is only one of several suspects with ample motive and opportunity. Meanwhile, Merlin’s research into old family scrolls and electromagnetic ley lines is causing some unusual mix-ups. As the two investigations collide, Kailyn will have to do everything in her power to prevent disaster…
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.

I had forgotten how much fun the books in this series are. Kaitlyn is still running the shop with occasional help from her aunt as well as the quirky Merlin. His fiascos alone are enough to make a great book such as the invisible dog but add a murder on top of that and it really gets good. The mix of magic and mystery is perfect making the story unfolds in a captivating fashion. Perfect for fans of magical cozy mysteries. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.

About the Author

Sharon Pape describes her writing career as having two stages. Back in the dark ages, before computers were in every household, she had three paranormal books published. The first one was condensed by Redbook Magazine, the first paperback original they had ever condensed. Around the same time, Redbook published her first short story.
Then life brought her an unexpected challenge that went by the name of breast cancer. When her treatment was over, she became a volunteer for the American Cancer Society's Reach to Recovery Program and went on to be the program's coordinator for Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. Several years later, with the help of her surgical oncologist and two other survivors, she started her own not-for-profit organization to provide information and peer support to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients.
Once the organization was running smoothly and didn't require as much of her time, she returned to her first love - writing. During this second stage of her career, she's been writing cozy mysteries with a paranormal twist and a splash of humor.

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