Oak is book seven (well, it's a novella, but it's still a book) in my Doyle Witch cozy mystery series. BUT it begins its own trilogy cycle around a cursed book (or is it really cursed?). Each novella in the series is its own complete mystery, but a single subplot weaves between three books.
I know some mystery readers absolutely HATE this sort of thing, so if you're one of those people, don't buy the books. If your cool with some loose ends (that are NOT murder-mystery related), you may, however, enjoy the series.
The next two books are Stone, coming July 7th, and Stream, coming July 22nd.
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Doyle Witch Lenore has one job…
Destroy a magical book that threatens to devastate the world.
But try to tell that to her small-town sheriff.
When a decade’s old corpse turns up in the hollow of a haunted oak, Sheriff McCourt drafts Lenore into service. Since the coroner can’t identify the body, why not ask a shamanic witch who can see the dead?
Little does the sheriff know how dangerous the spirits of Middle World can be. And once they have Lenore in their sights, she can only keep moving forward – into a cold case at a local winery that threatens her sanity, and her life…
If you’re a fan of Charlaine Harris, Heather Blake, or Amanda M. Lee, don’t miss Oak, book 7 in The Witches of Doyle cozy mysteries.
This novella is a witch cozy mystery featuring true-to-life spells in the back of the book, a trio of witchy sisters, and a dash of romance. Oak can be read as a standalone.