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Fun and compelling,
This review is from: The Blackheath Seance Parlour (Kindle Edition)
In the year 1840, two women struggle to keep their chocolate shop prosperous in the town of Blackheath in England. Judy is more interested in completing her first novel while Maggie desperately works to keep the business from failing. Hungry, ragged, and without income, the two sisters come to the realization that something must be done. So they embark on changing the shop from chocolate to a place for séances.
And so begins a sometimes humorous, sometimes scary, and thoroughly enjoyable tale. Fortune tellers, mediums, and a touch of mysticism help turn the women's fortune's around. An additional treat is reading Judy's gothic style novel that is woven into the story. From its beautiful cover to its engrossing content, to say say this novel is delightful and creative would be an understatement. It is unique, compelling, and highly entertaining. I very highly recommend it, especially for those who like reading unique stories.