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Joyce Lavene

by KRL staff


Another year has come to a close and the main reviewers of KRL have been asked to pick their top 5 books of 2015, but some of us couldn’t keep it to 5! Let us know if you have a few we haven’t mentioned you’d like to share about in the comments, and while you are here check KRL’s book review section for many more great books that may not have made it on the list!

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by Cyntha Chow
& Joyce and Jim Lavene


When their powers began to wane, the three witches—Molly, Elsie, and Olivia—planned to find their successors and retire to Boca Raton. Olivia’s murder only slightly stalled their progress, as the rediscovery of her daughter has Olivia refusing to pass on to the other side now that they are reunited. While Molly and Elise still need to find their replacements and recover their stolen spell book, the truly alarming news comes from Cassandra, an ancient Herald of the Grand Council of Witches. It seems that someone is murdering male witches in a manner that could only possibly have been conducted by a magical being.

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by Sunny Frazier


There’s magic in the air, as well as mystical felines, tarot cards, psychic mirrors, magic potions, retired witches—and murder. Read on if you dare!

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Christmas Mysteries

IN THE December 20 ISSUE

FROM THE 2014 Articles,
andMysteryrat's Maze
SECTIONS

by Terry Ambrose



With Christmas just around the corner, what could be better than sitting down with a good book filled with holiday cheer and murder? Yes, these are Christmas mysteries. So many options, so little time was never a more true statement because the season will be gone before we know it. Until then, why not grab a nog or a coffee and sit down with one (or more) of these seven holiday tales? We may not have a Christmas wedding in this batch, but we’ve got all the trappings: sometimes old, sometimes new, plenty of food, and someone blue.

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by Cynthia Chow
& Joyce and Jim Lavene



Had she not just been devastated by a break up with her boyfriend, Dae O’Donnell might not have been so willing to use her talent for reading the history of objects to help her irascible neighbor identify a medallion’s owner and claim a reward. Unfortunately, the former fiancé of FBI agent Kevin Brickman just walked back into his life to reclaim their relationship and end his budding romance with Dae, much to the sorrow of Dae and to the anger of Dae’s friends.

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