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A Charming Crime: Book One (Magical Cures Mystery Series 1) by [Kappes, Tonya]
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Book 1 of 10 in Magical Cures Mystery Series (10 Book Series)

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About the Author

USA Today Bestselling Author, Tonya Kappes writes humorous cozy mystery and women’s fiction that involves quirky characters in quirky situations. Not only have her novels made the USA Today bestsellers list, but they are an Amazon Top 100 author, Amazon Movers and Shakers, and International bestsellers. Splitsville.com, the first novel in the Olivia Davis Mystery Series, is a double finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Mystery and Humorous Categories. Carpe Bead ‘em is 2012 winner in Amazon’s eFestival of Words in the Women’s Fiction Category. A Charming Crime, the first novel in the Magical Cures, is the 2013 eFestival of Words in the Fantasy Category Winner. A New Tradition the Indie Romance Convention 2013 novella of the year. When not being the princess, queen, and jester of her family of three teenage boys, an adoring husband, and three fury kids, she travels to various writing groups as guest speaker on “How to Market and Promote Your Novels Effectively,” where she is known as a marketing guru.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3911 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Krew Publishing (8 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008A1T1XS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,882 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoy Tonya Kappes' writing it's fluid and so entertaining after trying one of her series i had to get more so i jumped on this mystery series and it's fantastic! a lot more magical and paranormal than her Southern Mysteries at least that's the impression after reading the first book on each series however if the paranormal element is a big factor in the series, the investigation isn't pushed aside at all and i do love this mix when so well balanced.

June lost her mother recently and decided to continue to make and sell herbal remedies...she does most of them by instinct changing recipe found and trying new ingredients. She is quite happy living like than with her cat mr Prince Charming if it wasn't for nightmares plaguing her since childhood; Suddenly, she is invited to join a small village not that far from her city and to open a shop there....a village very special with a magical feel to it. people there are strange to June also speaking by riddle or speaking of power, spirits etc.

Pushed by her childhood friend Oscar, June accept to go live there as one of the rules of Whispering Falls is that to work there you have to live in the village ( among a lot of other rules^^). June is taking over a shop that was owned by her mother Darla in the past, because surprisingly she came from said village even if June has no memories of it, while Oscar becomes the police officer there.

June needs to adapt to the changes and starts a quest to learn more about herself, her past and her parents' however that will get a lot more complicated when after not even one day a murder is committed in the village and June is the suspect number one as the corpse had her bracelet.
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I found this to be a charming read, easy to follow and get me hanging at every turn. Yes, there were a few grammatical errors etc but nothing too heavy or distracting. I wasn't entirely convinced about this book when I started it but I ended up finding it enchanting.
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I really loved this book. Very enjoyable and easy to read and excellent storyline. Will definitely be reading more by this author.
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Loved this enough to buy the rest of the series. Light-hearted with a bit of magic and mystery. Looking forward to the rest of he series.
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By Zarah on 15 Mar. 2014
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This was an all right read. I found it amusing and there were aspects of it I enjoyed—Oscar, for example (though I would have liked him to have had a role comparable to the importance June suggested he had in her life). Plus, the idea of the self-contained village of magical specialists was an interesting one. Unfortunately, as much as I enjoyed some aspects of the book I found myself gnashing my teeth at others.

There were just tons of little things that annoyed me. A mysterious village, 20 minutes away that NO ONE knows about, but isn't hidden by magic. Why do these people own cars? They apparently don't actually drive them. The never-ending ding dong supply. The fact that in investigating the murder June repeatedly compromised evidence and didn't seem to care. The fact that conversations were often clipped and so abbreviated that I wondered why anyone bothered with the visit. The miraculous intuition that provided an endless supply of convenient solutions to plot problems. The onamonapias. The fact that the villagers manipulated June into moving there and then seemed to resent her presence. Why did they bring her then? The fact that the villagers seemed to hide information from her for no apparent reason. The lack of character development. I don't even know how old June and Oscar are or what they look like. The way fairies were suddenly thrown in toward the end with no previous indication that non-humans lived in this world. The predictable villain who conveniently spills his guts at the least provocation, etc. {Yes, I know those aren't complete sentences, but you get the point.
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what a great story. I enjoy spiritual stories and crime so this did not disappoint.
looking forward to reading more in the series.
tracy
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I really enjoyed the book, the plot was gripping but not to heavy going and it left me keen for the next instalment.
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The plot was interesting. I liked the characters. It was a pleasant read. I would read another of her books.
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