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Witch Your Step: Tinfoil Dinners and Mountain Mysteries

Cozy Witch Mysteries Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Evelyn Adams
Length: 3 hrs and 22 mins
5 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)
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Summary

A vacation in the mountains goes wrong

Cammy, a young witch, has had enough of it. After a disappointing disaster date on the beach with a guy she actually liked, she decides to leave her little Californian town and temporarily head for the mountains. There, she and her talking cat experience how it is to go camping.

When a storm pushes a teenage girl off a dangerous cliff, Cammy flies on her mop to the tree that was supposed to catch her fall. Shockingly, however, the teenage girl is missing. Cammy teams up with the sheriff in the little mountain town to investigate the disappearance of the girl. They run into psychotic weirdos, visitors with illegal guns, and lumberjacks.

When two other girls disappear as well, Cammy cannot help but wonder who or what the vague, black shade in the forest is, and if it has anything to do with the mystery of the teenagers disappearing. And even though going to foreign restaurants and massage parlors makes her feel a little guilty, she dreads doing the one thing she can to uncover the truth about the supposed kidnapper.

This is the second book in a clean but thrilling cozy witch mystery series with an amateur sleuth, some magic, romance, and a touch of light humor.

©2018 Angela Kensey (P)2018 Angela Kensey

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Enjoyed the second

This is the second book in the series, and I enjoyed it as much as the first one. In the mountain area, the detective's wife i s the weirdo, but that doesn't mean she committed the murder or kidnapping, does it?

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Another gem of a story by Angela Kensey

In the sequel, Cammy goes on vacation in the mountains, but a teenage girl disappears. Slick story, funny elements and jokes, and some mystical parts.

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Enjoyed the first, also enjoyed the second

So this is the sequel in a short series. Here, Cammy takes a camping trip in the mountains and finds herself witnessing the strange disappearance of a teenage girl. As she attempts to solve the case, she finds that many of these forest funnies are quite the characters.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Cozies...

I always liked cozies, and cozy witch mysteries are at the top of my list. It's funny that this one plays in the mountains, since I live in an area where there are lots of hills.

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Just as funny as the first one

Maybe this one was even funnier. Cammy's thoughts and reactions to the weirdo in the forest, the crazy inspector's wife, and some other characters reminds me of the facial expressions of the actors in Pirates of the Carribean.

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Cammy on another adventure

Cammy Whisper is out again to solve the case. At first, she isn't sure what there is to solve, since it happens on her camping trip. But when a girl goes missing, she needs to know what's going on.

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Witch out!

This is a fun story about a kidnapping in the mountains, or a disappearance (oops, spoiled it), and Cammy, who is determined to find out who it is who did it.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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This is why camping is weird

You get to meet all kinds of weirdos, and the environment can consist of hillbillies and shady types.

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Funny

Funny she flies a mop instead of a broomstick. I also liked the scene where she was in the shower and she got that shirt that was way too see-through, where the crazy woman got jealous of her chest.

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Witches and mops

Interesting. She goes to the mountains and finds the evil, dark side of magic. I wonder if she'll give in eventually.

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  • Bluebell Madonna
  • 06-08-18

Awesome!

My daughter liked it so much. She liked the story of young witch who is Cammy as well as the talking cat of hers.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-10-18

Follow up

I got the first book, this is the second. Just as funny, just as interesting. Funny scene when she is walking around in underwear that's too tight and the weird childish lady is jealous of her boobs. You can't get any better than that.

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  • Rebecca Azizov
  • 21-08-18

cool and cozy

i loved it a sweet and cozy book
the story was good very good acually
i dont know why i like cozy books so much
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

12 of 12 people found this review helpful

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  • Bhrian Angelo
  • 06-08-18

Good listen

I could highly recommend this Audio book as it has good and fantastic story. It was narrated very well.

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  • Jorge B Allen
  • 02-08-18

A perfect book !

A perfect book ! This is the second book in a clean yet exciting comfortable witch riddle arrangement with a beginner sleuth, some enchantment, sentiment, and a pinch of light cleverness.Highly recommend it to all...

13 of 14 people found this review helpful

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  • Pamela R McNeil
  • 04-08-18

Nice Book!

Nice Book! The Characters are so vivid you can see them in your mind, almost like they jump off the pages at you. There is so much detail in every sentence.

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  • Christopher D Greenberg
  • 04-08-18

Such a decent Book !

Such a decent Book ! Tinfoil Dinners and Mountain Mysteries was a time machine! I was captivated by the amazing descriptive scenes and pulled into the writer's imaginative world. I love history and fantasy alike, so the short stories were of my first choice genre.

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  • Patricia J Kucharski
  • 04-08-18

Good !

Good ! Tinfoil Dinners and Mountain Mysteries book is really have some awesome ideas which is really important for us.The story is awesome.

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  • Simon O Farnham
  • 02-08-18

Perfect book

Perfect book ! The book has a good story which is really awesome.I like this book.

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  • Kelly K Mattos
  • 02-08-18

Nice Book!

Nice Book! The book is really awesome.In this book i found a very good mysteries Story.The series is really good.I like it..

9 of 11 people found this review helpful