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Witch Way to Mintwood (Witch of Mintwood Mystery)
by Addison Creek

About the Book

Witch Way to Mintwood (Witch of Mintwood Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Self Published (December 19, 2016)
Print Length: 208 pages

House falling down? Check. Pet sitting job with annoying clients? Check. Ability to speak to ghosts, which has the unfortunate side effect of having to listen to what they say back? Double check! Hot high school crush still in town being all successful and stuff while you protest his building projects? All kinds of checks! Did anyone say Witch of Mintwood? Yup! Just add murder and this will be a week to remember!


Character Guest Post

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Hello! I’m Lemonia, Lemmi, the Witch of Mintwood. I took over as the witch after my beloved grandmother died. One thing that I’ve realized is very important to me is reconnecting with the people that mattered most to me years ago. This has come as quite a surprise, since I had lost touch with some of them for a long time. When I came home to take over for my grandmother, I realized the value of old relationships.

At first I didn’t think her passing was mysterious, but my opinion on that is changing. Unfortunately, there’s always something afoot in Mintwood, and I haven’t had time to investigate her death properly yet. I’m busy with a variety of issues, mostly stemming from the fact that I can speak with ghosts, and sometimes there are ghosts who were murdered.

My two best friends, Charlie and Greer, live with me. They are humans, not witches, but they’ve taken to helping me solve crimes. Charlie is hopelessly organized and nosy. She keeps a chore chart for the household while she writes for the Mintwood Gazette. Greer is much more laid back, so much so that she and Charlie sometimes butt heads. That’s the polite way to put it.

At least I’m never lonely.

That’s also in part because of Jasper Wolf. He’s also a friend from high school, at least on my end. He’s the most dreamy man I have ever seen. Too bad I first saw him again after many years at a time when I was protesting a project he was working on. Oops. All’s fair and fun in Mintwood. Hopefully it’s all also forgiven.

About the Author

Reading, writing, dark chocolate, and cheese.

Hello! I’m the author of the Witch Way to Mintwood series and the Spooky Business series! I live in New England and love it. I survive the winter by layering, good-natured complaining, and more layering. In case you were wondering. Hearing from readers is always lovely, so come visit me here me on my blog or Facebook.

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Books in this series:

1. Witch Way to Mintwood
2. Witch Some Win Some
3. Spell by Midnight
4. A Witch on Mintwood Mountain
5. Witch Raising Situation
6. Witch Way Round
7. Witch Wish Way
8. White Witch Wonder



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1 Comment

  1. Rhonda

    I am eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. I have enjoyed each one.

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