Now You See It (A Witch City Mystery #13) (Mass Market)

Bestselling author Carol J. Perry returns with the latest installment of her Witch City Mysteries!

Marriage isn’t the only thing new in Lee Barrett’s life when she’s tasked with a hauntingly dangerous assignment in her job as program director for Salem, Massachusetts’s local station, WICH-TV . . .


Just married, Lee and her husband, Detective Sergeant Pete Mondello, are settling into their new home when Lee is dubbed WICH-TV’s new “Historical Documentary Chief Executive.” Her first subject is the brand-new Salem International Museum, slated to be a location for traveling blockbuster exhibits, starting with “Seafaring New England.”  From research to collecting artifacts of Salem’s long-ago days as a shipping capital, the project is a challenge—but when the driver of a truckload of antiquities turns up dead under a pile of fall leaves, it’s not quite the kind of challenge Lee expected . . .

Soon, Lee and Pete are dredging up clues along with a hardy crew of helpers, including Lee’s librarian aunt, Ibby, Lee’s best friend and practicing witch, River North—and of course the clairvoyant cat, O’Ryan. But when a ship model in the exhibit’s collection appears to be haunted, Lee will have to dive into her own treasure trove of psychic gifts before a killer comes to the surface to strike again . . .
Carol J. Perry was born in Salem on Halloween Eve. She is the bestselling author of the Witch City Mysteries and the Haunted Haven Mystery series as well as a number of young adult novels. She and her husband Dan live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida with a black Lab. Visit her at CarolJPerry.com.

Product Details ISBN: 9781496743640
ISBN-10: 1496743644
Publisher: Kensington Cozies
Publication Date: September 26th, 2023
Pages: 352
Language: English
Series: A Witch City Mystery
Praise for the Witch City Mysteries
“There are enough appearances by Aunt Ibby and their psychic cat O’Ryan to delight and charm long-time fans, making this twelfth in the series reliably engaging while still having the unique twist of a separate adventure.”Kings River Life Magazine on ‘Til Death
Murder, Take Two is both a page-turning mystery and a fascinating history lesson.” Suspense Magazine
 
“A perfect read for the Halloween season.” —Fresh Fiction on Murder, Take Two
 
"There are interesting forays into the work of running a small TV station and appearances by Lee’s charming and possibly clairvoyant cat. Author Carol J. Perry juggles these details with finesse and moves the plot toward a creepy conclusion that adds a few shivers to this cozy." BookPage on Late Checkout
 
“A library volunteer gets more than she bargained for when a body turns up in the stacks: a scary murder victim but a great potential research opportunity.” Kirkus Reviews on Late Checkout
 
“This delightful read set against the Halloween festivities in Salem is perfect cozy read for a blustery autumn evening.”—The Intelligencer on Late Checkout
 
“If you’re looking to stroll around Salem, its library, get caught in the pumpkin run, and spend time with the unique characters that populate this story, this may very well be your book.” Criminal Element on Late Checkout
 
“So much fun.” Suspense Magazine on Late Checkout
 
“Perfect paranormal mystery to curl up with this Halloween.” Fresh Fiction on Late Checkout
 
"Earns high marks for being a clever, character-driven whodunit that’s firmly entrenched in a sense of time and place without being overshadowed by it. Carol J. Perry writes with alacrity, casting a spell that will leave readers old and new bewitched, beguiled, and begging for more.” Criminal Element on Final Exam
 
“A fast-paced cozy that entertains from start to finish. A great read!” Suspense Magazine on Bells, Spells, and Murders
 
“The real fun this time out is watching Lee scrambling to turn hints into news stories…a generally engaging series.” Locus Magazine on Final Exam
 
“Who could resist a mystery where home libraries are organized by the Dewey Decimal System, an Agatha Christie novel provides critical clues, and Gremlins is the holiday movie of the night?” Kings River Life Magazine on Bells, Spells, and
Murders
 
 “A diverting journey.” Kirkus Reviews on Grave Errors