The Case of The Endangered Witch

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Publisher Description

One Friday night in the city of Melbourne, aspiring concert pianist Ella Wentworth mesmerizes an audience of eight hundred people. Yet she's distraught; she missed a note, and her perfectionism consumes her. Moments later, her hair turns arctic white, and her world descends into Disneyesque hallucinations where everyday objects appear to sparkle, levitate, and...flash mob.

Ella is referred to Dr Kendra Hamilton, who specializes in treatment for "post-traumatic stress in cases of trauma-induced spontaneous hair depigmentation." But with Dr Hamilton's tennis player grip and capacity to draw bolts of energy from the sky, Ella believes there's more to this psychiatrist's credentials than MD. What does this mental health professional mean by "you're a witch?"

Unfortunately, everyone but Ella is frothing about her rare magic skills, and soon she becomes the target of nefarious beings. And all this magical hoo-ha unfolds behind the backs of her husband and daughter. Max is Ella's sweetheart whom she would never (normally) lie to. But any day now, she'll confess she's a witch. Right? Right?

The Magic Investigations Society Archive is a genre-bending cozy mystery series filled with paranormal fantasy adventure.

Mysteries & Thrillers
December 19
H.B. Chapman
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Bend in like a Bohemian ,

changes and transitions

Ella crashes head on into unexpected changes related to her family history

discovering her status as a rare kind of witch and being in danger because of that is pretty harrowing

she is only beginning to grasp what this might mean for her when the threat to her husband and daughter become terrifyingly clear

where does the threat come from? can she trust the arrogant jerk who really does want to help? the kind guide? what are their goals and motivations?

her insights and skills could be seriously transforming for their witch society- if she can live long enough to make some significant contributions

intense dram, intrigue and action

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