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Witch Is When It All Began (A Witch P.I. Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0127HPQ48
- Publisher : Implode Publishing Ltd (24 August 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 1708 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 212 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 133,991 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is a fun book I truly enjoyed. Jill Gooder gets a message from her birth mother who had refused to meet her earlier. Now she was in a nursing home about to die and Jill made it just in time to have the elderly lady speak in her ear before dying. “You’re a witch!” Were her first and final words to shaken and shocked Jill who thought she’d been insulted.
Now I have more imagination and if it had been me I would have been wanting to look for a broom to fly back home on. But Jill isn’t me. She is even posted a big old spell book and throws it in a skip! Hell, I had to make my own and the spells weren’t real like Jill’s. But what does Jill do when the book arrives back in her loungeroom? Spends precious money on getting her locks changed! It’s obvious it is a magic book! Hasn’t she ever watched Charmed about three magical sisters and their huge book of spells? Finally she tries a spell and it works by making her invisible! Mind you she still gets the locks changed and wastes money on that instead of accepting her new gift. A witch! Lucky girl! New family members as well and a new wonderful village to live in. I am not happy with one thing. Jill has a one eyed cat Winky who is tormented at work where he has to live. I grew up with a one eyed ginger cat I very much respected, we all did. Frisky ruled the lanes behind our house and all the houses on our street. My sister would bring a different boyfriend each week to take her to the dance and while she got tarted up he would sit on the poor guy’s knee and claw him to death. My little sister and I would sit on the floor and watch the poor guy squirm and we would giggle to our dad who’s presence would prevent the poor suckers from removing Frisky off scratched knees! It was our fun! Dad would be in on our giggles trying not to make it obvious he knew what we were giggling at. It was childish fun but Frisky was always looked at suspiciously by that sister. If only she knew!
So I feel strongly Jill should take Winky home and make a true friend out of him. Not let her old lady secretary abuse him each day.
Oh I had a lot to advise Jill but she was in a book and I am in bed reading. So it can’t be. I’m very glad to have read this first in a series and hope to read many more.
This book and the following in the series is none of the above. It is funny, clever and intriguing. The small romance component serves more as a point of comedy than an important component (the heroine has not had a great batting average in the romance stakes) and the writer does not make it any where near a main focal point of the story. I like the fact that every book has a number of small to major mysteries to solve and there is still a developing major mystery that underlies the entire series. I kept on underlying funny quotes from the books and sharing the, with my wife who wil shortly start reading the series at my bequest.
This book is about a person called Jill Gooder. She is a private investigator on a case to solve a murder and see if it has any relation to other murders that have happened. If there could, as a newspaper has reported, be a serial killer about. But she has also just found out, after her birth mothers death, that she is a witch and has more family.
I won't write anymore about the storyline except to say that the author has done a wonderful job of creating a story that keeps you engaged with the characters, whilst also putting drops of humour here and there, making it all work together for an enjoyable read.
It's a very enjoyable, well written story with a madcap cast of characters and I'll definitely be soaking up this series.
Jill finds out she is a witch and learning to cast spells helps her find who has murdered some ladies in her village.she also disco ers a whole new magic village not just for witches it other ,magical creatures.
A great read I enjoyed it and think you will too.
4 stars 🌟
PS, set in the same world as her Susan Hall series if you’re after more paranormal fun
Can't wait to read the next in the series !
Top reviews from other countries
This is when things get really funny.
This book had me chuckling all the way through. The predicaments that Jill lands herself in, but somehow manages to get out unscathed.
This is a lovely read, the story flows well and is one of those books that you can put down but can always get straight back into.