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Summary

What's a witch to do when the meanest man in the county drops dead in his coleslaw during her shift at the local barbecue joint? Noelle does what any good Southern girl would do: she flicks a wrist to clean up the mess, then thanks the stars for doing the world a favor. Until she becomes a suspect.

A skydiving best friend, an unruly teenager with wonky powers, and a bossy, living-impaired aunt become the least of her worries when the killer decides to bump up the plan by bumping her off. Can she figure it out in time to save all she holds dear, or will Noelle be next on the list of folks who've turned up dead?

©2017 Tegan Maher (P)2018 Tegan Maher

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Great reading

I enjoyed this book and can't wait to read the book in the series. She is a great author.

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  • 13-03-19

lousy narrator

I really liked the story,couldn't wait to hear what happened next but that narrator was telling the story like she'd memorized it. she mispronounced words. nasty business. she didn't ruin the book though.it stood up for itself I think.

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  • Rebecca M
  • 15-04-21

Good story, but the corny stereotypes!

Every good person in the south isn't blue collar and has an accent like they are from Tin-ess-cee. I was embarrassed for the narrator to have to read the character descriptions.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-04-21

upside down murder

The characters, got your attention. The story has you switching between laughing and wandering who did it. Here was on way not to read the whole thing to get your answer. Have fun and read.