Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch

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Viking, 2012 - FICTION - 232 pages
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Nancy Atherton's seventeenth cozy mystery featuring the beloved Aunt Dimity-the original paranormal detective

When Amelia Thistle moves to Finch, her new neighbors welcome her with open arms-and inquiring minds. Among them is Lori Shepherd, who isn't fooled by Amelia's unassuming persona. Amelia is, in fact, a world-famous artist with a rabid and eager-to-stalk fan base.

In order to keep peace in Finch, Lori must help Amelia conceal her identity. Amelia, meanwhile, sets about working on the riddle that brought her to town in the first place. A fragment of a family diary hints that one of Amelia's ancestors might have been Mistress Meg, the Mad Witch of Finch. Following the clue, Lori hunts through Finch's darkest and most secret corners, all the while dodging nosy neighbors and Amelia's frantic fans. With Aunt Dimity's otherworldly help, Lori inches closer to the true story of Mistress Meg-and Amelia.

Returning to the charming world of Finch, Nancy Atherton's latest novel is sure to delight faithful Aunt Dimity readers, Anglophiles, and cozy mystery fans.

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Review: Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch (Aunt Dimity #17)

User Review  - Cathryn Dolly - Goodreads

Overall this series is good first time reading the series, aunt dimity. The niece offers to help the mysterious trail of clues of her new artist neighbor. The artist has a trail of clues to follow on ... Read full review

Review: Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch (Aunt Dimity #17)

User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

A new and mysterious woman moves in to Finch attracting the interest of all of the villagers, especially Willis Sr., but she is hiding a not very well-guarded secret. She is actually a famous artist ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Nancy Atherton is the bestselling author of sixteen other Aunt Dimity mysteries. The first book in the series, Aunt Dimity's Death, was voted One of the Century's 100 Favorite Mysteries by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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