Witch Way to Amethyst: The Prequel : Stacy Justice

  • by Barbra Annino
  • Narrated by Erin Fossa
  • Series: Stacy Justice
  • 7 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Stacy Justice is a young reporter who lives in Chicago, far away from the kooky small town of Amethyst, Illinois, where she was raised by a family of witches. She's perfectly content with her career, her cat, and her lack of a love life until her cousin informs her that their grandfather is deathly ill. Stacy road-trips home only to discover that her grandfather was poisoned, her grandmother has confessed to the crime, and there's a new chief in town who is easy on the eyes, but tough on witches.
Now, the reluctant witch must prove her grandmother's innocence, save her grandfather from meeting an untimely end, and fight the killer who's bent on destroying them all.
This is the prequel novel to the Stacy Justice Witch Mysteries - where secrets only lead to more secrets and being the member of a family means that you make sacrifices that can lead to murder.

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witches and more witches

This was the first one i read by this author. I look forward to reading more in this series. I found the story line and the characters interesting. Stacy comes to check on her grandfather and finds out he was poisoned. Her grandmother confesses. Follow Stacy as she tries to find out who really did it or is her grandmother telling the truth.
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- Troublemer

Big Mistake

What would have made Witch Way to Amethyst: The Prequel better?

Large sections of this book came verbatim from other books in the series. In addition, Stacy "learns" things in this book that come as complete surprises to her in later books.


What could Barbra Annino have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Writing a prequel after the fact is difficult. There appears to have been no effort put into crafting this book to fit into the remainder of the series.


Have you listened to any of Erin Fossa’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

The performance was good.


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- Margaret

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-06-2017
  • Publisher: Dane House