Cold Cases & Haunted Places Excerpt


Cover of Cold Cases & Haunted Places, featuring Druid, a short story by Kirsten Weiss

Trick or treat, magick feat, give me something good to read!

It’s alive! I’ve teamed up with 13 fantastic authors who have each shared a brand new story from their supernatural sleuthing world and our anthology is available NOW for only 99c/p.


Cold Cases and Haunted Places: A Halloween Anthology of Paranormal Cozy Mystery Shorts


Feel that chill in the air? It's the most haunted time of the year, and these quirky mysteries need solving…


Sometimes you have to dig up the past, even if it's six-feet under. Solve cold cases, visit haunted locations, and investigate ancient legends in this spooktacular collection of paranormal cozy mystery short stories from your favorite witchy authors. And just in time for Halloween!


Anthology includes stories from:


Amorette Anderson, Sam Cheever, J.L. Collins, Cate Dean, Erin Johnson, Shéa MacLeod, Mona Marple, Nova Nelson, Summer Prescott, Rebecca Regnier, Trixie Silvertale, Lotta Smith, Lily Webb, and Kirsten Weiss.


Buy Cold Cases and Haunted Places to treat yourself to magical tricks today!

Oh, and did I mention these spooky sleuths will only be available for 90 days? So, grab your copy now and enjoy a spooktacular Halloween read!


Want a sneak peek at my story? Druid will feature one of your favorite witches, Jayce Bonheim, solving a whole new mystery.


All witch Jayce Bonheim wants is to scare up business for her coffeeshop at PaganCon. But then a druid in distress asks her for help, and the conference turns into a setup for murder. Can Jayce unveil a killer and stop an evil fey before her time runs out?


Keep reading for an excerpt below!

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Happy reading!

Kirsten


*****


I wouldn’t be much of a witch if I ignored premonitions. But sometimes it’s tough to untangle magically bad feelings from stress, a rotten mood, or, say, a blinding fear of public speaking.


Here’s the thing though: after you’ve finished your first-ever lecture on coffee magic and you still feel the heebie jeebies?


That’s not good.


I scanned the people rising from rows of folding chairs and trickling through the tent’s exit. I’d had a good crowd. My lecture had gone well, even if PaganCon had listed me in the program as Jace Bonheim instead of Jayce Bonheim.