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Book Review-Witches vs. Aliens (Lainswich Witches 17)-Raven Snow

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Imagine an entire small town sitting on a hill top awaiting the sighting of what they were not quite sure--a UFO or an Army type plane? But there were very strange lights. Then picture thousands of tourists flocking to that tiny town all because of an article printed in Greensmith's newsletter which went viral. The town was literally over run by tourists. And guess who's store was the most popular--

Then a large paranormal news personality came to town which brought even more tourists! Now how in the world could Rowen figure out who killed the couple that were found in the woods--if she could even get around at all--everything was so crowded.

As the plot thickens the clues start to be found--or were they? Secrets abound. Will Rowen figure it all out--what was connected and what wasn't! I did have to read this in one session to find out for myself!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Aliens aren’t really a witch thing. Most of the Greensmiths might not be too interested in the mysterious lights in the sky, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the world isn’t. When footage of the lights is posted to the Lainswich Inquirer, Rowen Greensmith is as shocked as the rest of the family to see the footage go viral.

That’s when Irene Jones, an online personality reporting on all things paranormal, comes into the picture. With her, she brings a whole slew of UFO fanatics. For the first time in history, people are arriving to Lainswich en mass. All of this would be just fine if there was room for such a boom in the local population.

When a couple turns up murdered, things get even more complicated. As impassible as the streets are, Rowen will have to find a way to investigate and determine who the killer is before the tourists all leave. Despite popular opinion, she isn’t convinced these killings are the work of aliens.

Seventeenth Volume of the Lainswich Witches Mystery Series. Approx. 50,000 words in length. It is a standalone (reading prior or future volumes not required to enjoy the book, no cliffhanger).

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About the Author; (from Amazon)

Raven Snow lives in the Pacific Northwest & enjoys writing Witch Cozy Mysteries.

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Gladys Parker said...

I have a strange feeling that a local used this excuse of strangeness to off the people they wanted to off anyway. I can imagine Rowan has her hands full with all those spectators,although, she will get the job done as she is good at what she does.

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