#Review Mysterious Merchandise (A Witch’s Thrift Shop Mystery 1) by Astoria Wright

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Mysterious Merchandise (A Witch’s Thrift Shop Mystery)
by Astoria Wright

About Mysterious Merchandise

Mysterious Merchandise (A Witch’s Thrift Shop Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Novelwright Press, LLC (March 21, 2020)
Paperback: 142 pages
ISBN-10: 1949453243
ISBN-13: 978-1949453249
Digital ASIN: B084T5NVW2


When a black cat crosses Alice Adelcraft’s path, her luck changes, as does her worldview, especially when she stumbles into A Witch’s Thrift Shop. The merchandise is mysterious, the customers are curious, and the sign on the door reads: Shoplifters will be hexed. It might all be a joke, but the body of a witch outside proves someone was dead serious. Can Alice discover who killed the witch before the magical community discovers she isn’t one of them?

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Witches, Wizards, Genies and murder – Mysterious Merchandise has it all! Alice Adelcraft discovers a world hidden from sight when she is lured into a ally by a black cat and stumbles on a body near a dumpster. This is no ordinary body but it turns out to be a body of a witch, and Alice discovers a whole new street she never knew existed called Magic Row.

From here Alice is sucked into a world of magic she had no idea existed all around her, gets embroiled in solving the dead witches murder and discovers that she is from a line of witches and wizards, but we are yet to know if she does or doesn’t have her own powers.

I loved this story, it was a quick read and the characters were all great and I can’t wait to see what is store for Alice in the next book!

4 stars



About Astoria Wright

Astoria Wright is a cozy fantasy author and a poet who is inspired by rainy days, good books, and positive people. She is often found sitting by a window or in her backyard sipping tea or coffee and writing or reading cozy mysteries, fantasy novels, or poetry. Join her mailing list at www.astoriawright.com to see stories, poems, and thoughts that she only shares there.

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One thought on “#Review Mysterious Merchandise (A Witch’s Thrift Shop Mystery 1) by Astoria Wright

  • March 18, 2020 at 12:50 pm

    Thanks for the review! Glad you liked the book. I’m already working on book 2, so there’s more to come.

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