Book: ‘The Trouble With Magic’ – wriggle your nose out of trouble now b*tch

‘The Trouble With Magic’ is apparently the first book in the ‘A bewitching mystery’ series by Madelyn Alt.

Maggie O’Neill hates her job, her boss and the rut her life is in. So she manages to lose the old job and, randomly, get one at an Antique shop run by Felicity – Felicity is a witch, well a Wiccan.
the trouble with magic

Within about 5 minutes of Maggie liking her new job then Felicity becomes a suspect in a  local murder.

Maggie noses around a bit and finds two potential males she is interested in, she also leans a bit about magic – all the while it being stressed that she is a “Good Catholic.”

Wiccan-Army-Patch

(Photo from some store who want you to buy this patch)

It was a mild mystery/detective book with a bit of magic (aka the Wiccans) it is very very predictable and features very mild peril at the most. Most of the book seems to be setting the background up and the actual mystery story is also concluded at the very end of the book!

It was a tolerable lightweight distraction that didn’t really inspire me to read anymore in the series. But as I found the book in a bargain bin I can’t really complain.

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