Tracking Magic

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
"Get Smart" meets "Ghost Busters!"-- A humorous urban fantasy. Five case files from Max Killian Investigations:

Max is hired to expel a ghost from a mansion, counteract an ancient curse, investigate a graveyard mystery and figure out which secrets are worth dying for.

All in a day's work--assuming he survives!

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About Maria E. Schneider

You can find several of Maria's short stories online in such fine magazines as: Coyote Wild Magazine, www.AnthologyBuilder.com, TownDrunkMag.com and Over My Dead Body.

She writes cozy mysteries, fantasy, paranormal mysteries and has her pen ready to write a ghost story in the near future.

Visit Maria at her blog: www.BearMountainBooks.com.

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Reviews

Review by: Stacy Daniels on July 18, 2010 :
Tracking Magic contains five easy to read short stories featuring detective Max Killian. Each case is separate and distinct, told from Max’s perspective. What I really liked about these stories was that while they all had paranormal elements (curses, ghosts, fairies), each case was actually solved by good old-fashioned detective work.

This charming little series is great for when you are short on time but still want something light and entertaining to read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: dreams on April 30, 2010 :
Just finished Tracking Magic by Maria E. Schneider and loved all the short "case files" by Max Killian Investigations. I think I first read a story with Max Killian in The Town Drunk magazine and couldn't wait to read more about his "cases".

I was pretty well hooked with the interesting first paragraph:" When he walked into my detective agency, I was suspicious. No one hired me these days, not since the elves moved into the building across the street with their big sign, “We Can Find... Anything!” Semi-nude fairies peered out between the letters."

The stories were fun to read and perfect for lunchtime breaks.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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