A Toxic Trousseau

A Toxic Trousseau

Book - 2016
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"Even the most skilled sorceress can't ward off a lawsuit, and Lily is not at her enchanting best with her hands full as the temporary leader of San Francisco's magical community. So after her potbellied pig Oscar head-butts rival clothier Autumn Jennings, Lily tries to make peace without a costly personal injury case. But any hope of a quiet resolution is shattered when Autumn turns up dead. As one of the prime suspects, Lily searches for a way to clear her name and discovers a cursed trousseau among Autumn's recently acquired inventory. Lily must deal with a mysterious dogwalker and spend the night in a haunted house as she delves into the trunk's treacherous past. She's got to figure out who wanted to harm Autumn fast, before the curse claims another victim." -- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Obsidian, published by New American Library, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, [2016]
ISBN: 9780451465795
Branch Call Number: PBRACK MYSTERY
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 18 cm


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After Lily discovers she is being sued by a customer who also owns a vintage clothing store, she goes to speak to the lady, only to find her dying. As the police investigate, Lily begins an investigation of her own. Something big is happening in the magical world, though no one knows exactly what is to come. I love the Witchcraft Mystery series. All the books are light and entertaining and the characters are becoming even better as the series progresses. This book had an interesting mystery and a satisfying conclusion, but there is most definitely more to come. Something big is about to happen and this book is the first lead into those events. I can't wait to read the next in the series. ​


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