Bait and Witch by Angela M. Sanders


Release Date: 12.29.2020


Josie Way loved working among the Library of Congress’s leather-scented stacks—until she uncovered corruption and made herself a target. As Wilfred, Oregon’s new librarian, Josie can stay undercover until the case goes to court. But life in this little town isn’t as subdued as she expected. The library, housed in a a Victorian mansion, is slated to be bulldozed. Still digesting the news that her safe haven is about to become scrap lumber, Josie discovers a body in the woods . . .

Almost as shocking, Josie learns that she’s descended from a long line of witches—and her powers have suddenly sprung to life. With help from a spoiled alley cat who just may be her familiar, Josie’s thumbing through a catalog of suspects, hoping she can conjure a way to save her library—and her life. . .


Josephine works at the Library of the Congress, a day during her lunch break she overhears a shady deal between two men so after she reported it to the authorities she decides to go on the run. She is lucky enough to get a job as librarian in an Oregon little town, but when she arrives she soon understands that her life won't be quiet as she expected, with books that speal to her and the discovery of a dead body near her new house.

I wanted to try something new and I decided to try to read some cozy mystries books, and what's better than start a new genre with reading the first book in a new series? I tell you, nothing.

I've really enjoyed Bait And Witch, it was such a nice read that kept my attention all through.

I loved the magic element and how our heroine discovers her magic powers slowly and gradually.

Angela M. Sanders depicted her characters really well, especially the towners that seem all friendly but every single one of them keeps a secret from the others.

The mystery is intriguing and very well developped, you won't solve it until the author wants you to.

I wish I can read soon Josie's next adventure.


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