The Necronomicon Trilogy

Updated: Jul 8


Even though these novellas are books 7, 8, and 9 in my Doyle Witch series, they connect through a subplot about a dangerous Necronomicon. Book 1, Oak, is out. Book 2, Stone, launches on July 7th, and Book 3, Stream, launches July 23rd.


Oak


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.

Stone


A murder. A haunted house. A possessed spell book…


What could go wrong?


Since childhood, Doyle Witch Jayce figured the old stone house was haunted. Turns out, she may have been right.


A string of odd deaths in the house has culminated in murder, and newlywed Jayce is on the case. She is a witch after all. So what if it’s Samhain season, when the veil between the worlds is thin?


Right?


But when Jayce finds creepy connections between the old house and the spell book she’s sworn to destroy, she’s plunged into a conspiracy darker than anything mysterious Doyle has thrown at her before. Are supernatural forces at work? Or is Jayce facing a mortal foe?

If you’re a fan of Charlaine Harris, Heather Blake, or Amanda M. Lee, don’t miss Stone, book 8 in The Witches of Doyle cozy mysteries.


This Halloween 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. Stone can be read as a standalone.


Stream


Will murder cancel this Doyle Witch’s Christmas?


Certain holiday spirits are keeping Karin’s hands full. And the challenges of motherhood and a cursed spell book have already put a dent in her usual good cheer.


But when she discovers the body of a man in a mountain stream, she’s swept into a mystery that will take all her magic and mental powers to solve. Because the dead man’s mysterious colleagues have taken an interest in Karin’s children…


This Christmas holiday novella is a complete cozy mystery. If you’re a fan of Charlaine Harris, Heather Blake, or Amanda M. Lee, don’t miss Stream, book 9 in The Witches of Doyle cozy mysteries.


Stream 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. Stream can be read as a standalone.

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