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Ebenezer Falls, Washington…a sleepy burg or murder central? The game is afoot...again, as amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright plunges head first into another murder investigation. With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, this one will keep you guessing from start to finish. Just when you think you know your one-time International Man of Mystery turned ghostly confidant… When la Ebenezer Falls, Washington…a sleepy burg or murder central? The game is afoot...again, as amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright plunges head first into another murder investigation. With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, this one will keep you guessing from start to finish. Just when you think you know your one-time International Man of Mystery turned ghostly confidant… When last we met, dear friends, a man had come calling, claiming to be Crispin Alistair Winterbottom, my dead British ex-spy. A notion I'd find ludicrous, if the handsome imposter didn't, in fact, look exactly like my dead British ex-spy. But there's no time for that mystery when a quiet walk on our private stretch of beach turns up something far more pressing—another tragedy in my beloved small Washington town. That's right. I, Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch turned amateur sleuth, have stumbled upon another murder. But this time it's closer to home, more personal, a victim who'd touched the hearts of so many in Ebenezer Falls, young and old. In fact, there's only thing more surprising than the victim… The good man who's become the number one suspect. Along with my Spy Guy Win, my bat familiar Belfry, our rescue dog Whiskey, and even an unexpected new friend or two, I'm jumping back into my Sherlock shoes to catch the cleverest killer yet! This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's series, A Paris, Texas Romance.


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Ebenezer Falls, Washington…a sleepy burg or murder central? The game is afoot...again, as amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright plunges head first into another murder investigation. With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, this one will keep you guessing from start to finish. Just when you think you know your one-time International Man of Mystery turned ghostly confidant… When la Ebenezer Falls, Washington…a sleepy burg or murder central? The game is afoot...again, as amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright plunges head first into another murder investigation. With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, this one will keep you guessing from start to finish. Just when you think you know your one-time International Man of Mystery turned ghostly confidant… When last we met, dear friends, a man had come calling, claiming to be Crispin Alistair Winterbottom, my dead British ex-spy. A notion I'd find ludicrous, if the handsome imposter didn't, in fact, look exactly like my dead British ex-spy. But there's no time for that mystery when a quiet walk on our private stretch of beach turns up something far more pressing—another tragedy in my beloved small Washington town. That's right. I, Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch turned amateur sleuth, have stumbled upon another murder. But this time it's closer to home, more personal, a victim who'd touched the hearts of so many in Ebenezer Falls, young and old. In fact, there's only thing more surprising than the victim… The good man who's become the number one suspect. Along with my Spy Guy Win, my bat familiar Belfry, our rescue dog Whiskey, and even an unexpected new friend or two, I'm jumping back into my Sherlock shoes to catch the cleverest killer yet! This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's series, A Paris, Texas Romance.

30 review for The Old Witcheroo

  1. 5 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    The Old Witcheroo had me laughing, looking for clues, and dropping my jaw over a few ARC reveals. Cassidy has created such a fun cast of characters from our main characters to secondary ones like those in law enforcement. The series has a lot of elements cozy mystery readers will love, adding in paranormal aspects, a touch of magic and loads of humor. While each book focuses on a new murder mystery the overall ARC, and a few storylines progress with each book. For that reason, I recommend readin The Old Witcheroo had me laughing, looking for clues, and dropping my jaw over a few ARC reveals. Cassidy has created such a fun cast of characters from our main characters to secondary ones like those in law enforcement. The series has a lot of elements cozy mystery readers will love, adding in paranormal aspects, a touch of magic and loads of humor. While each book focuses on a new murder mystery the overall ARC, and a few storylines progress with each book. For that reason, I recommend reading them in the order of their release. Stevie finds a body on her beach, that of a woman loved by the town and in particular one of her dare, I say friends. Her friend becomes the main suspect and Stevie is determined to clear their name. Of course, snooping puts her in peril. To complicate matters, the man claiming to be Crispin Alistair Winterbottom, (as in her dead British spy) arrives in town demanding that she vacate. The gang has a house guest an ex-spy and enemy of Winterbottom. I loved this new edition and hope they continue to be a part of the series. The case was filled with plenty of suspense and twists. Stevie is beginning to listen to her gut feelings as she dons her Sherlock shoes. The thread regarding the man claiming to be Winterbottom kept me anxiously listening for additional tidbits. We did have a rather shocking event occur, but I will leave you to discover that one for yourselves. Audio provided by publisher. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stormi (BMReviewsohmy)

    Book three left me with a little cliffhanger as someone introduces themselves as Winterbottom, and looks exactly like the picture that Stevie had seen of her spy guy ghost. So I had to dive into this one and see what was going on. Not only does Stevie have to figure out who this imposter is but she has found another body and it’s someone she knows and really liked. She was also the girlfriend of Dana Nelson, the cop that she loves to tease and be mad at. She knows he is a good cop and that he wou Book three left me with a little cliffhanger as someone introduces themselves as Winterbottom, and looks exactly like the picture that Stevie had seen of her spy guy ghost. So I had to dive into this one and see what was going on. Not only does Stevie have to figure out who this imposter is but she has found another body and it’s someone she knows and really liked. She was also the girlfriend of Dana Nelson, the cop that she loves to tease and be mad at. She knows he is a good cop and that he wouldn’t kill his girlfriend but all the clues leads to him so Stevie once again must find out what is going on. Didn’t see the ending coming on this one as to who the bad guy was and I was a little shocked which makes it a lot of fun. In this one, we get a new cast member as Stevie is sort of getting some of her witchy powers back and can hear more dead people in her ear. It just happens to be one of Win’s rivals a Russian spy that wants someone to talk to and so now she has two spies watching her back.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    5 Stars... I don't think I have read one of these books yet where I haven't laughed myself to tears... The antics, attitude, and wit of one Ms. Stevie Cartwright have me rolling... Wrapped in all that laughter, however, is a solid mystery with a dash of romance a touch of paranormal and a whole lot of heart... Everything about this series grips me and entices me to come back for more... The author also leaves a small cliffhanger that revolves around the overarching plot and brings the intrigue t 5 Stars... I don't think I have read one of these books yet where I haven't laughed myself to tears... The antics, attitude, and wit of one Ms. Stevie Cartwright have me rolling... Wrapped in all that laughter, however, is a solid mystery with a dash of romance a touch of paranormal and a whole lot of heart... Everything about this series grips me and entices me to come back for more... The author also leaves a small cliffhanger that revolves around the overarching plot and brings the intrigue to a new level... I look forward each and every time to these fantastic reads and being able to sleuth with Stevie and the gang:)

  4. 5 out of 5

    ~~~Sue~~~ O.

    Still love this series! I am on pins and needs wondering whats next!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    The Old Witcheroo by Dakota Cassidy 4th in the Witchless in Seattle mystery series, Stephania is once again bumbling her way to solving a murder in her home town. Reading the series in order is suggested. Well meaning and soft hearted, Stevie, her familiar and tag along ghosts work through the mystery eliminating people simply because she likes them. A hint of a romantic future. The group is a cute team and the logic and mishaps are often chuckle worthy. I'm enjoying this light-hearted mystery seri The Old Witcheroo by Dakota Cassidy 4th in the Witchless in Seattle mystery series, Stephania is once again bumbling her way to solving a murder in her home town. Reading the series in order is suggested. Well meaning and soft hearted, Stevie, her familiar and tag along ghosts work through the mystery eliminating people simply because she likes them. A hint of a romantic future. The group is a cute team and the logic and mishaps are often chuckle worthy. I'm enjoying this light-hearted mystery series and will absolutely read the next.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sandee

    This is a fun series. Stevie, with her friendly ghosts and pets continue to get involved in the mysteries of Ebenezer Falls. I found this murder mystery especially tragic. Fortunately Dakota brought in enough fun to offset it somewhat. Once again, a good mystery, lots of action, lovable characters and the paranormal.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I like cozy mysteries as palate cleansers. I also had enjoyed the previous books in the series, but this one just wasn't good & I'm now going to stop reading the whole thing. Here's why: 1. The inclusion of a Russian spy & his exaggerated/belabored use of "Russian" endearments was horribly over the top. The caricature also comes across as borderline prejudicial. (view spoiler)[And it looks like the character's now here to stay in the series. Blech. (hide spoiler)] 2. The appalling overuse of trite I like cozy mysteries as palate cleansers. I also had enjoyed the previous books in the series, but this one just wasn't good & I'm now going to stop reading the whole thing. Here's why: 1. The inclusion of a Russian spy & his exaggerated/belabored use of "Russian" endearments was horribly over the top. The caricature also comes across as borderline prejudicial. (view spoiler)[And it looks like the character's now here to stay in the series. Blech. (hide spoiler)] 2. The appalling overuse of trite & hackneyed expressions. Just a few examples: "How do you like them apples," "shop till you drop," & "my nose should have it's own zip code." 3. Repeated phrases again & again such as "there's that hindsight again" & calling Win an "international man of mystery". 4. (view spoiler)[The whole doppelganger thing was just silly. He comes in randomly at the beginning & they aren't curious enough to investigate him even though they love mysteries? And then having him be Win's family member is just weird. (hide spoiler)] Side note: My library only had this in audiobook form & that made it worse. The narrator is good & I like her main character voice, but the bat's voice is just annoying & hearing all of those "Russian" endearments was exhausting. So I'm done.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Berls

    This was probably one of my favorites so far in the series. First of all, one of the characters that hasn't had the best relationship with Stevie ends up coming to her for help and I loved the way that begins to change their relationship. There's also a couple very anxious moments that had me on the edge of my seat in a way other books so far haven't. And as always with this series I laughed a lot. AND there was one BIG development that has me very excited for where the series could potentially This was probably one of my favorites so far in the series. First of all, one of the characters that hasn't had the best relationship with Stevie ends up coming to her for help and I loved the way that begins to change their relationship. There's also a couple very anxious moments that had me on the edge of my seat in a way other books so far haven't. And as always with this series I laughed a lot. AND there was one BIG development that has me very excited for where the series could potentially go. Beyond that, mostly I have a lot of the same things to say - great characters, fun mystery, lots of laughter and I am binge reading away :)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Jenkins

    OOOH! AAAGH! OOOOOOW! GGGGGGGGR! So many emotions, so many laughs, so many bruises. Who would have thought talking to ghosts could be so painful. Once again Dakota doesn't dissapoint on the laughs even if she does leave us hanging. OOOH! AAAGH! OOOOOOW! GGGGGGGGR! So many emotions, so many laughs, so many bruises. Who would have thought talking to ghosts could be so painful. Once again Dakota doesn't dissapoint on the laughs even if she does leave us hanging.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Imjussayin

    The Old Witcheroo: Witchless In Seattle Book 4 Read in chronological order for the best enjoyment. The Protagonist: Stevie Cartwright is a former witch. She has had her powers slapped out of her. Literally. Stevie is funny, feisty, self-deprecating smart and charming. Did I mention nosey? The Plot: Ex-witch turned amateur sleuth, Stevie has stumbled upon another body: that of Sophia Fleming, beloved town librarian and inamorata of Officer Nelson. Sophia has been murdered, and Officer Nelson is in The Old Witcheroo: Witchless In Seattle Book 4 Read in chronological order for the best enjoyment. The Protagonist: Stevie Cartwright is a former witch. She has had her powers slapped out of her. Literally. Stevie is funny, feisty, self-deprecating smart and charming. Did I mention nosey? The Plot: Ex-witch turned amateur sleuth, Stevie has stumbled upon another body: that of Sophia Fleming, beloved town librarian and inamorata of Officer Nelson. Sophia has been murdered, and Officer Nelson is in the frame. Instead of telling Stevie to butt out, he is asking for help. And of course, Stevie has the unfinished business of her late Benefactor Alister Winterbottom, come back to life aka Fakebottom to reclaim his fortune, to deal with. As usual, well written and highly entertaining. This book is funny, touching, I say Whiskey and no more, and cleverly written. There is a strong supporting cast of characters. Each with sufficient space and detail for them to become touchable. The only reason I dragged out this book was that I did not want it to finish. But I have the next one in the series, so I am off. A highly recommended read for cosy lovers (or not). What are you waiting for? Connect with me on Twitter Follow my blog on Bloglovin’ Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread ?: Started it already. My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this book (waste of time) 1* Finished the book but didn't like it. 2* Finished the book it was okay. 3* A good read worth your time. 4* An excellent read often with a novel concept or unusual plot. 5* A magnificent read. A prominent example of the genre.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    I really enjoyed this - it has become one of my favourite series' and go-to for audio book series I can count on for cozy fun! Stevie just can't seem to catch a break, or have a quiet month it seems. In addition to dealing with a dead-ringer for Winterbottom [see what I did there?! Ha!] who says he's the real guy, and wants Stevie's house and money back, she once again ends up in the middle of a murder, and this time it's really close to home and personal. This series is just really good fun! The I really enjoyed this - it has become one of my favourite series' and go-to for audio book series I can count on for cozy fun! Stevie just can't seem to catch a break, or have a quiet month it seems. In addition to dealing with a dead-ringer for Winterbottom [see what I did there?! Ha!] who says he's the real guy, and wants Stevie's house and money back, she once again ends up in the middle of a murder, and this time it's really close to home and personal. This series is just really good fun! The author writes great characters and includes plenty of humour and snark into the story, but also manages to continue evolving her characters in ways that keep this series clever and fresh and entertaining book to book. I haven't been bored a single moment in all the books I've read in this series. They are light and easy to read, but the mystery is always well-conceived and interesting. I will definitely keep reading Stevie et al's continued adventures!

  12. 4 out of 5

    🐥Erica 🐥

    I've really enjoyed this series. This book, though? Not so much. I found it unrealistically, melodramatically, sappy. The murderee (is that word?) has been in town 8 months. And yet. Our charming, witty heroine gets teary eyed quite a few times thinking about her. She is referred to, and I cannot recall the wording verbatim, as 'one of the most, significant? important? maybe instrumental?, members of the community. They also hold a candlelight vigil for our murderee (nod to spellchecker) The mur I've really enjoyed this series. This book, though? Not so much. I found it unrealistically, melodramatically, sappy. The murderee (is that word?) has been in town 8 months. And yet. Our charming, witty heroine gets teary eyed quite a few times thinking about her. She is referred to, and I cannot recall the wording verbatim, as 'one of the most, significant? important? maybe instrumental?, members of the community. They also hold a candlelight vigil for our murderee (nod to spellchecker) The murderee (nod) is a librarian. As an avid reader I love libraries, but this was simply NOT realistic. Also, two books ago, our heroine derides another character for shortening Ebenezer Falls to Eb Falls, and yet in this book? our heroine used Eb Falls several times. I could add at least one more issue with this book but I'll stop. It's been an enjoyable series and hopefully this book was a fluke. I did love the addition of Arkady though.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lory

    This book took you on a incredible adventure. Still have the intrigue, suspense, and mystery that we all love. But I'm starting to feel bad for Stevie poor girl is always getting her butt kicked I need her to step her game up. This story was definitely full of surprises just when I thought I had it all figure out "Bam" your hit with another plot twists which keep you guessing to the very end. It does end In a cliffhanger but I'm still looking forward to seeing what else is in store for this seri This book took you on a incredible adventure. Still have the intrigue, suspense, and mystery that we all love. But I'm starting to feel bad for Stevie poor girl is always getting her butt kicked I need her to step her game up. This story was definitely full of surprises just when I thought I had it all figure out "Bam" your hit with another plot twists which keep you guessing to the very end. It does end In a cliffhanger but I'm still looking forward to seeing what else is in store for this series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no minority compensation was received the opinions I have expressed are my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Maren

    This continues to be possibly my favorite kind of cozy mystery - minimal melodrama, adorable friendships, and crazy shenanigans. Even the mystery keeps me guessing a little, where as in most other mysteries I can usually guess Who Dunnit within the first chapter or two. I am a little annoyed at the general incompetence of 90% of the police force, which is what allows the protagonists to so effectively stick her nose into things and solve mysteries with zero training or authority, but since there This continues to be possibly my favorite kind of cozy mystery - minimal melodrama, adorable friendships, and crazy shenanigans. Even the mystery keeps me guessing a little, where as in most other mysteries I can usually guess Who Dunnit within the first chapter or two. I am a little annoyed at the general incompetence of 90% of the police force, which is what allows the protagonists to so effectively stick her nose into things and solve mysteries with zero training or authority, but since there the case with most Cozy Mysteries, it's easy enough to look past.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hsu Lee

    Winterbottom in the flesh, how is that possible! He must be an imposter. Must be. Another mystery for Stevie to solve. Meanwhile, someone died + she is Dana's girlfriend. Dana is he police office that likes to give Stevie a hard time. Nobody panic. Stevie is going to solve this case, of course. Not doubt about it. Winterbottom in the flesh, how is that possible! He must be an imposter. Must be. Another mystery for Stevie to solve. Meanwhile, someone died + she is Dana's girlfriend. Dana is he police office that likes to give Stevie a hard time. Nobody panic. Stevie is going to solve this case, of course. Not doubt about it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Excellent book! Stevie, Win, Bel and Whiskey are at it again. Another mystery or two to solve! I love the humor and the mystery but I love the relationship between Win and Stevie! There is a new character to the list and Stevie has a new protector. Someone from Win's past shows up and we learn more about Win's past. I recommend this book to all! Excellent book! Stevie, Win, Bel and Whiskey are at it again. Another mystery or two to solve! I love the humor and the mystery but I love the relationship between Win and Stevie! There is a new character to the list and Stevie has a new protector. Someone from Win's past shows up and we learn more about Win's past. I recommend this book to all!

  17. 4 out of 5

    J

    I think this one was a good effort. I like the way the stores are going (except for faux Bottom.. but hey, what can you do. I actually figured it was someone from the station, but wasn't sure whom. Have to continue, to see what happens next! I do like the audio version of this series. I like the way Holly Jackson does the different voices. I think this one was a good effort. I like the way the stores are going (except for faux Bottom.. but hey, what can you do. I actually figured it was someone from the station, but wasn't sure whom. Have to continue, to see what happens next! I do like the audio version of this series. I like the way Holly Jackson does the different voices.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Janet Armentani

    A powerless witch, spirit from the other side and a doppleganger..oh my! And to add a twist, another murder to solve!!!! Poor Stevie, just can't catch a break....especially after a super hot man appears claiming to be her spy-guy! Another great chapter in the Witchless in Seattle series!!!! A powerless witch, spirit from the other side and a doppleganger..oh my! And to add a twist, another murder to solve!!!! Poor Stevie, just can't catch a break....especially after a super hot man appears claiming to be her spy-guy! Another great chapter in the Witchless in Seattle series!!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dianne Barskey

    Can Stevie catch a break? Is it really Winterbottom that shows up at her door? Will she solve the latest murder in Ebenezer Falls? You just have to read this book to find out. The twists and turns continue to keep your attention throughout the series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jean

    Love this series So much fun reading this series. Although it did make me cry a few times. This is the fourth book I've read in the series in 2 days. Well worth the book hangover I now have. Fast paced and never boring. I truly love this series. Love this series So much fun reading this series. Although it did make me cry a few times. This is the fourth book I've read in the series in 2 days. Well worth the book hangover I now have. Fast paced and never boring. I truly love this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kez Green

    I’m getting through these fast. They aren’t particularly short but I love the story and I can’t put them down. There is more depth to the characters and story with each one. I’d suggest reading them in order to enjoy them.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mary Coleman

    Love love love this series Win, Stevie, Bel ,Whiskey and all the other characters are great. So much fun and great story line. BRAVO! I can't wait to read more. Love love love this series Win, Stevie, Bel ,Whiskey and all the other characters are great. So much fun and great story line. BRAVO! I can't wait to read more.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dani Scott

    I'm loving these books! Cheesy? Yes. Punny? Yes. But, they are fun, funny, and I love the characters. And, for cozy mysteries, the writing is great. As long as you're okay with a bit of corn, these are a quick and worthy listen. I'm loving these books! Cheesy? Yes. Punny? Yes. But, they are fun, funny, and I love the characters. And, for cozy mysteries, the writing is great. As long as you're okay with a bit of corn, these are a quick and worthy listen.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    Another funny book in this series. I enjoy the way this author writes.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lois Alston

    Great These stories keep getting better and better. Who would have guessed? Stevie is gaining more confident in herself. Now Win in in for a surprise.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Miki Quick

    Fun! I love these little mysteries! They're fun to read, and I love the way Dakota can make me laugh out loud. Heading for the next one! Fun! I love these little mysteries! They're fun to read, and I love the way Dakota can make me laugh out loud. Heading for the next one!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Josephine

    Can't wait to see what happens next Can't wait to see what happens next

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kamie

    The cliffhanger!!! Why do you do this to me?!

  29. 5 out of 5

    alicia myers

    Love it

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kirk

    3.5 Look forward to the next one.

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