Hex Marks the Spot: A Bewitching Mystery (Paperback)
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Short Description for Hex Marks the Spot After her boss becomes entranced with a beautiful armoire at the countywide craft bazaar, Maggie can't help noticing the very handsome Amish craftsman who made it. However, the hunky craftsman soon turns up dead with a strange hex symbol near his corpse, and Maggie wonders if the craft involved is the witchy kind. Original.
- Published: 01 December 2007
- Format: Paperback 246 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780425218709 ISBN 10: 0425218708
- Sales rank: 145,403
Reviews for Hex Marks the Spot
- Top review
Protagonist needs a spine but cool parts prevail.
The former volume had an explosive, unexpected ending. I was certain Felicity and others would discuss the phenomena Maggie dredged up to save her life! I was perplexed "Hex Marks The Spot" backslid instead. The normal outcome would be to explore the energy she accessed, in thankfulness. Instead, she's so afraid, she can't bear to join a large group for benign ghost-hunting? At the opportunity to see a haunted building or orb photography; I've rarely met anyone who's reaction wasn't "Cool!" I relate to reluctance about wicca or paganism for Christians but Maggie's other apprehension makes no sense.
Series fans are numerous. I've only observed complaint about slow growth, sparse 'magick', and Maggie being weak. In one novel Pat asked her daughter why she didn't use a vegetable peeler; so she put down the knife. Explain it scrapes your skin! And it's easy to decline introducing a man. Just tell your family you aren't much of a couple! I love the little world Madelyn Alt created and gladly read what happens next. Felicity's presence is calming and I could absorb her eloquence all day! I adore Stephanie and the 'KNIGHTS' too. My disappointment derives from novel 2 indicating Maggie has developed. We still find her skittish and no further even with Tom, although we shake our heads that she bothers with him.
We can count on an enthralling mystery with a perpetrator the community doesn't dream of. In the absence of mystical spells, this story heightened the subject of ghosts. That isn't resolved but I don't mind a larger story that continues. What makes the novel for me is a spontaneous, gripping moment where people you want to see together, let themselves go and indulge in a really hot kiss! Whatever my critique, something this author does keeps me reading. by C. Riedel