Aug 5, 2020

Chili Cauldron Curse by Lynn Cahoon

Hello my cozy friends,

Today I am reviewing Chili Cauldron Curse an introduction to the Kitchen Witch Mystery series by Lynn Cahoon.  Once again I think Lynn Cahoon has a hit series in the making!  I absolutely love her Tourist Trap and Cat Latimer Mystery series, this will surely be a new favourite by this author.

 When Mia Malone’s grandmother asks her to take a week away from her restaurant job and come to Magic Springs, Idaho, she’s happy to oblige. Like Mia, Grans has witchcraft running through her veins, and life with her is never boring. Plus, the cause is a good one—helping Grans get the local food bank up and running again. But there’s an unappetizing surprise in store. While Mia is knee-deep in boxes of donated produce, she encounters the body of Dorian Alexander.

Dorian was a warlock, leader of the local coven. He was also her Grans’ new beau. There’s no potion that’ll make this trouble disappear. But if Mia wants to keep her Grans—now a prime suspect—from serving a spell in prison, she’ll have to unearth the real killer fast. . . .

Welcome to Magic Springs, Idaho.   Having been to Idaho I could picture the area where the story is taking place and I found myself engrossed in the story and really enjoying the characters. It was entertaining, full of twists and turns that kept me guessing till the very end.

What a great way of  introducing us to the main characters Mia, Grans, and Mr. Darcy the cat familiar.  I can’t wait for ONE POISON PIE to be released.

I highly recommend this new series to all my cozy loving friends.

I requested and received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Kensington Books and NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my OWN.

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