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Zara Riddle is another year older, and busier than ever. She's a powerful witch, a skilled librarian, and the World's Best Mom - according to her coffee mug. It's no wonder the town's detective keeps seeking her help. If you want something done, ask a busy person!

Zara partners again with Detective Bentley to investigate a call about a missing person. The caller, a sweet little old lady named Temperance Krinkle, claims to have psychic abilities. Zara and Bentley have to laugh when it turns out the missing "person" is a tiny figurine from a dollhouse. But then a local resident disappears for real, and the so-called psychic with the attic full of creepy dollhouses doesn't seem so funny anymore.

Now Zara and Bentley, witch librarian and vampire detective, must use their skills to unravel a mystifying crime. That is, when they aren't using their skills to drive each other crazy.

Getting to the bottom of this case is going to take every resource in Wisteria, from Zara's coworkers at the library, to the police department, plus City Hall, and the supernatural agents at the Department of Water and Magic. This conspiracy runs deep. Miles deep. When the entity behind all the scheming is revealed, there will be justice. And it won't be pretty.

Wisteria Warned is book 2 of the Daybreak mini-series featuring Zara Riddle and Detective Bentley working together, solving local crimes. It is the ninth novel set in the world of the Wisteria Witches Mysteries and, as of publication, the latest on the Wisteria timeline. This book is centered on Zara Riddle's point of view, with some bonus sections featuring other favorite characters. Fans will love all the series questions that get answered, not to mention the juicy secrets revealed in this audiobook. Never before has so much trouble been unsealed!

©2019 Angela Pepper (P)2019 Angela Pepper

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cant wait for the next one now

brilliant story and performance! The Wisteria books just keep getting better and better. When is the next Zara installment coming out...

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I loved it

I particularly loved this audiobook. It had all the things I like so much about this series - the characters, the humour, the snark (especially between Zara and Zoe - have I mentioned how much I love their relationship), the mystery and the magic. It was not easy to see what was going on with this story, but the conclusion was so, so satisfying, the culprit was someone I’ve long found creepy! I can’t say any more without spoilers. The narration from Tiffany Williams was absolutely spot on, as always. She takes an excellent, enjoyable book, and raises it to a whole new level. I also didn’t find Zara’s father’s accent (I’ve forgotten his name) as irritating this time around. I’m unsure if it’s just that there’s so little of it, or I was just less irritable, or whether it’s actually changed. This series just gets better and better, I definitely recommend it, and specifically enjoying it via the audiobooks.

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  • 20-01-20

Exciting read. i love how this story went.

Love this series , narrator in Zara's stories are the best. it would be nice to have a little more spicy romance for her, but that is not what it's about. it seems that with each murder has something to do with the department. i think there is many unanswered questions at the end of this book. looking forward to book10

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  • 04-01-20

Ok but feels like a chapter not a book!

The narrator needs to stop trying to do Irish and English accents; it’s so bad it distracts from the story. Sadly this is the weakest book in the series so far. I kept waiting for the exciting bit but it was just dull, predictable and failed to engage me. It felt like the author stopped trying.

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Loads of fun

I'm really enjoying this series.A strong point is the character development. They are all very endearing and you can't help but feel part of their world. There's loads of humour and witty lines that had me laughing. The mystery was fun and kept me entertained. I enjoyed the narration and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of this series. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reading audio copy.