Maria E. Schneider’s Under Witch Moon is a blend of mystery, romance and magic; a ride through Santa Fe in an underground world of shape shifters, witches and spells. Making a living as an earth witch is easy–until you have to investigate a murder or two.
“Lynx, I’m talking about breaking and entering! This is not a big job, this is–” I gulped. “Illegal. And I can’t ask you to do that. I need to ask you instead to…take action if I don’t come back in a certain time.” His face clouded with disappointment. “You don’t think I can do it?” I snorted. “Of course you can do it. And it would be better for me if you did it because I can’t use spells to get the doors unlocked!” He considered this, along with the plate of food I put in front of him. “If you can’t use spells, who you gonna get to open the door?” “I’m going to have to figure out a way to open it without spells.” He took a bite of food and tried to talk around it. “So why you ain’t going to ask me?”
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“One of the books I’ve read recently is Under Witch Moon, by Maria E. Schneider, and it had me laughing out loud (much to the consternation of the non-reader driving the car).” – Books on the Knob.