In this spellbinding continuation of the Kitchen Witch Mystery series by New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon, witchcraft trainee and culinary entrepreneur Mia Malone summons tasty dishes and unearthly murder suspects . . .
Before Mia Malone can sip tea at Time for a Cuppa, the charming new shop in Magic Springs, Idaho, her life changes course in downright supernatural ways. First her blossoming catering business and cooking school get a boost with the addition of an enchanting cake decorator. Then she catches the attention of the tea shop owner herself, local coven member Mahogany Medford, who’s set on immersing Mia in a twisted mystery that appears all but unsolvable without a special kind of help . . .
Still reeling from the recent loss of her mother and believing there was more to the abrupt death, Mahogany urges Mia to cast light on the truth. But old secrets might come back to haunt her in an investigation that demands conjuring up phantoms from the past on the property of Mia’s Morsels. Now, wearing Gran’s protective stone and empowered by a circle of trusted confidants, Mia must reveal who—or what—killed Ms. Medford as another deadly surprise brews!
About the Author
Lynn Cahoon is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Kitchen Witch Mysteries, the Cat Latimer Mystery series, the Tourist Trap Mysteries, and the Farm-to-Fork series. Originally from Idaho, she grew up living the small-town life she now loves to feature in her novels. A member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers, she lives with her husband and two fur babies in a small historic town on the banks of the Mississippi River. Visit her at LynnCahoon.com.
Praise for The Kitchen Witch Mysteries **Featured in Buzzfeed Books!** “This follow-up to the charming series debut further fleshes out the supernatural world of Magic Springs…I was also intrigued by the introduction of new characters (and ghosts!) who I’m sure will make for some great storytelling in future installments.” —Criminal Element on Two Wicked Desserts “There is room for Magic Springs and the people who inhabit it to grow and prosper.” —Reviewing the Evidence on Two Wicked Desserts “A witchy cooking cozy for fans of the supernatural and good eating.” —Kirkus Reviews on One Poison Pie “Deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Daryl Wood Gerber, Agatha Award-winning author on One Poison Pie “A nice combination of mystery, a little romance, an interesting setting, and even a dash of magic.” —Mystery Scene Magazine on One Poison Pie
“[A] satisfying paranormal culinary cozy.” —Criminal Element on One Poison Pie