Witch Cursed in Westerham: Paranormal Investigation Bureau Book 10

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 review
Book ten in the bestselling cozy mystery series set in Westerham, England. When a curse hits the PIB, everyone's magic goes awry. While Lily can see the funny side of it, it's not a joke—someone wants the PIB out of the way. When a swathe of major crimes are committed, the PIB team are helpless. They need to find a cure, and fast, or their whole organisation could be disbanded... for good. More
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About Dionne Lister

I love writing and sharing my stories but I wish they wouldn't keep me awake at night.

I'm from Sydney and when I'm not writing I'm tweeting, reading or doing sporty stuff.

I'm a USA Today bestselling author, and I've been named by iBooks as "One of 10 emerging fantasy authors you must read." Shadows of the Realm, the first fantasy novel in my Circle of Talia series, has been number one in it's genre categories on Amazon and iBooks, reaching number 1 overall on iBooks Australia. The series is complete with A Time of Darkness and Realm of Blood and Fire.

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About the Series: Paranormal Investigation Bureau Cosy Mystery
Lily is an Aussie photographer who finds out her brother's been kidnapped and that she's a witch, all on the day after her twenty-fourth birthday. An agent from the Paranormal Investigation Bureau drags her to London, where she discovers her special witchy talents. But it's not all fun and sightseeing. The world is a dangerous place for a witch trying to put witchy criminals away. And as Lily soon learns, when there's a price on your head, every step you take could be your last.

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PSMc88 reviewed on Jan. 5, 2020

Increasingly dangerous and deadly crimes are occurring that taunt the PIB. It’s so much worse when a lot of the agents, including, Angelica, are cursed so that their spells wreak havoc. Someone has an agenda and Angelica and her team, with Lilly’s special talent, have to find this perpetrator before the final act. Things turn worse when Angelica is sidelined.
In this, as in other of the series, no matter the crazy danger, humor makes us smile. Even for Angelica, which is some doing for the poker-faced agent. We find Lilly running toward destruction to save those she loves. What should amaze us is that Lilly’s powers always surprise her. Then again, Ma’am, in her wisdom will always keep her grounded and Will is there at the end of everything.
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