The Witch who Couldn't Spell
Mpenzi's a new witch in a new town. Her long-lost mother's been locked up for murder.
What should she do? Find the real killer – however dangerous that may be.
So far, Mpenzi's done well. Despite her reading disability, she's qualified as a lawyer in London and raised her two brothers on her own. But she doesn't have the skills to hunt down a murderer.
True Mpenzi's a white witch, so she could use magic, and she does have her mother's Book of Spells, but she's hit a stumbling block. Try as she may, Mpenzi cannot decipher the grimoire's medieval script. She needs help desperately if she's to save her mother from a life in prison.
Will the High Council of the Guild of White Witches listen to her plea and allow her an assistant in time to free her mother? An assistant with supernatural powers of their own?
If you love stories about witches, magic, and talking cats and dogs, all spiced up with a dollop of danger, you'll love following along with Mpenzi and Felix, her shape-shifting sidekick, as they fight the good fight against evil in the small French seaside town of Beaucoup-sur-Mer.
Witch who can’t read
A very enjoyable book. The people (and witches) are so much fun. All of the problems of normal people plus a few extras thrown in. Three siblings left on their own by both parents.
The story is engaging, the characters fully formed, and the situations are believable. Their solutions are magical.
Amazing book 5 stars
This book is amazing for girls around my daughters age.She loved the book very much.
The witch who couldn’t spell
Well written and whimsical this book was a refreshing entry into the series!