Cath Greenstone, her cousin Bea, and her hippie aunt Astrid live in Wonder Falls, a small town near the mystical Niagara Falls. They run the Brew-Ha-Ha café, and naturally, they’re witches hiding in plain sight along with their three magical cats, Treacle, Peanut Butter, and Marshmallow.
When Brew-Ha-Ha’s baker is burnt to a crisp, along with their beloved café, Aunt Astrid lets out a big family secret: a powerful spell book, a Greenstone heirloom from the Salem days, has been stolen from its secret hiding spot in the café. If it’s fallen into the wrong hands, black magic could destroy not only Wonder Falls but the world.
A secret society… A new detective with a shady past… A once-bullied local returning to town as a multimillionaire.
Who in town could know Cath’s family secret? Cath, Bea, and Astrid must use their witch powers to uncover the deadly truth. Cath communicates with their cats, also magically inclined, and they help uncover more than one secret lurking in wonderful Wonder Falls.
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When Cath visits her parents’ graves, she finds the dead body of the local hairstylist. What’s even stranger is that she also stumbles upon an older corpse, nearly a skeleton, of a woman who died in 1957. It has been dug up from her grave, but who would do this?
While the police is stumped, Cath, Bea and Aunt Astrid suspect sorcery…necromancy…
Book 3: Cat-astrophic Spells
Treacle, Cath’s magical black cat, is missing. Meanwhile, in the mysterious town of Wonder Falls, a beloved chocolatier dies. The police deem the cause a heart attack, but Cath, Bea, and Aunt Astrid know something more sinister is at play. And whoever is out there has Treacle.
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From secret societies, necromancy, and even more sinister sightings at play, the Greenstone women must solve these spooky mysteries to keep their beloved town of Wonder Falls safe.
Book 4: The Scariest Tail
Strange things are happening in Wonder Falls before Halloween. Jake and Blake investigate a death that involves black-eyed kids. The detectives want to believe it’s an urban legend until a couple of these creepy children try to enter the homes of Jake and Min, terrifying them both.
Cath, Bea, and Aunt Astrid trace the source of these demon kids to a secluded mansion in town, where cruel creatures and mysterious events are festering.
Book 5: Purr-fect Getaway
Not only is Cath heartbroken by Blake, she’s depleted and depressed from saving his life from demonic forces. Bea and Aunt Astrid “kidnap” her to go on a spa weekend outside of Wonder Falls, leaving the cats at home with Jake.
But the Muskox Spa is not the relaxing retreat they envisioned. Ghosts are the least of their worries, however. When two sisters are found dead at the spa, the police arrive, and another strange investigation begins for the Greenstone women.
Book 6: Un-fur-tunate Murders
Something wicked is feeding off the living in a secluded part of Wonder Falls. In the farmlands, the police find the body of a local named Archie Jones. People jump from “Suicide Bridge” fairly frequently, but the Greenstone witches think something is peculiar about Archie’s death. With no marks on his body and horse tranquilizer in his system, they suspect murder.
When Cath, Bea, and Aunt Astrid visit the farm, however, they discover something more twisted and sinister than plain old human murderers…
Book 7: Fur-miliar Felines
It’s Christmastime, but something strange and sinister is in the air. Treacle, Cath’s courageous black cat, can’t see what it is, but he feels a dangerous presence out there in the snow-blanketed streets.
Aunt Astrid also feels dark ripples in the dimensions. The Greenstone witches suspect this creature is somehow tied to the disappearance of two high school students. Soon, one of them turns up dead, half-eaten.
The holiday spirit is in full effect in Wonder Falls, but so is a puzzling and gruesome murder mystery.
Book 8: Fur-boding Shadows
When Marie Elderflower, a distant cousin of Aunt Astrid, passes away from natural causes at only age fifty-four, the Greenstone women suspect foul play.
Strange disturbances occur in the Elderflower home, and all signs point to daughter Evelyn, a seventeen-year-old Goth, as the perpetrator. Cath, however, believes in her innocence. Before another Elderflower is murdered, the Greenstones must figure out the motive, while dodging the mysterious and frightening shadows that follow them everywhere. Can they discover who the killer is without getting murdered themselves?