Today’s featured releases are:
WHERE WITCHES LIE and
THE LAST SIN.
Where Witches Lie and The Last Sin are books I found on Amazon while I was searching for March releases. I am not familiar with either of these authors, but the books sound good.
by M.Z. Andrews
Release Date: March 1, 2017
Genre: Paranormal Cozy Mystery
Holiday break is over, and the girls are finally back at the Paranormal Institute for Witches. Campus is now blanketed with a thick layer of snow, thanks to the Christmas Eve storm that covered the tiny town of Aspen Falls, Pennsylvania.
Unfortunately, the first day back isn’t starting off so well. First, a new girl picks a fight with Alba in the cafeteria and then she sets her sights on Houston Brooks. But when one of the girls’ beloved school employees is found dead, things really take a turn for the worse.
It’s not until the dearly departed’s ghost fingers the murderer that it seems like it’s an open and shut case. But is it really? Mercy’s not so sure. Convincing Alba and the rest of the girls to help her figure out the truth may not only land them in hot water with Sorceress Stone once again, but it may also put their lives in danger.
Rejoin your old friends, Mercy, Jax, Sweets, Holly, and Alba for a wild ride that ends with a wedding and a surprise guest!
by K.L. Murphy
Release Date: March 14, 2017
Publisher: Witness Impulse
Forgive me father, for I have sinned . . .
Detective Mike Cancini has seen dark days as a homicide detective in Washington, D.C. But even he is shocked when a charismatic young priest is found shot through the eye on the altar of his own church. As Cancini investigates, he uncovers long-buried secrets from the man’s past, and it becomes clear that the church was not as holy as it seemed.
When another priest is attacked, Cancini refuses to believe it’s a coincidence, and his frustration grows as his search is blocked at every turn by inflexible priests and cagey church employees. The resolute detective must unravel the web of lies before more people are hurt, but how can he find a murderer when no one is innocent, and everyone’s a sinner?