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Murder Above the Fold

Murder Above the Fold

by ReGina Welling & Erin Lynn

FBT review:

"Murder Above the Fold" by ReGina Welling & Erin Lynn is a thrilling mystery novel that will captivate fans of indie book titles. When sisters Mag and Clara Balefire stumble upon a suspicious death in the quaint town of Harmony, Maine, they refuse to accept the ruling of accidental death. As they delve deeper into the investigation, dark secrets unravel, leading them to suspect that the killer may be closer than they think. With twists, turns, and a mischievous elderly witch in the mix, the Balefire sisters are in for a wild ride. If you're a fan of gripping mysteries with a touch of the supernatural, this book is a must-read. Available now on

Publisher Description:

When sister witches Mag and Clara Balefire moved to the sleepy town of Harmony, Maine, to take over leadership of the coven there, they thought they’d have achance at a new life. Fate had other plans. The Balefires hardly have time to get unpacked when they stumble over a dead body.
Local authorities consider the death an open and shut case, but Mag and Clara refuse to let the ruling of accidental death stand—not when they’re positive it was murder.
As they dig deeper, secrets begin to surface, and the sisters begin to suspect some of the townsfolk aren’t as innocent as they appear. When they discover the killer might be someone close to the victim, they don’t know who to trust. As if that’s not enough, the local coven expects them to bring their cantankerous, ancient leader to heel, and she’s having none of it.
Between solving two murders and keeping a mischievous, elderly witch with power to spare from wreaking havoc, moving to a small town isn’t quite what the Balefire sisters bargained for.

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