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Just when it seems like Meg Walton can get back to business as usual running the family's donut shop, another murder occurs in the once-sleepy town of Enchanted Bay. This time, a double-crossing carpet salesman turned theater owner is the victim. As a witch, Meg has unique abilities to investigate the case, but she'd prefer to leave the sleuthing to the cops. All that ch Just when it seems like Meg Walton can get back to business as usual running the family's donut shop, another murder occurs in the once-sleepy town of Enchanted Bay. This time, a double-crossing carpet salesman turned theater owner is the victim. As a witch, Meg has unique abilities to investigate the case, but she'd prefer to leave the sleuthing to the cops. All that changes when the police suspect one of Meg's friends as the possible killer. Meg knows she can't stand idly by. In order to prove her friend's innocence, she decides to find the real killer herself. Can she crack this case and save her friend without the town finding out her secret that she's a witch? Books in this set include: The Witches Of Enchanted Bay, Ax To Grind, Killer Twist, A Bewitching Murder, The Nuts And Bolts Of Murder, and A Riddle Of A Murder.


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Just when it seems like Meg Walton can get back to business as usual running the family's donut shop, another murder occurs in the once-sleepy town of Enchanted Bay. This time, a double-crossing carpet salesman turned theater owner is the victim. As a witch, Meg has unique abilities to investigate the case, but she'd prefer to leave the sleuthing to the cops. All that ch Just when it seems like Meg Walton can get back to business as usual running the family's donut shop, another murder occurs in the once-sleepy town of Enchanted Bay. This time, a double-crossing carpet salesman turned theater owner is the victim. As a witch, Meg has unique abilities to investigate the case, but she'd prefer to leave the sleuthing to the cops. All that changes when the police suspect one of Meg's friends as the possible killer. Meg knows she can't stand idly by. In order to prove her friend's innocence, she decides to find the real killer herself. Can she crack this case and save her friend without the town finding out her secret that she's a witch? Books in this set include: The Witches Of Enchanted Bay, Ax To Grind, Killer Twist, A Bewitching Murder, The Nuts And Bolts Of Murder, and A Riddle Of A Murder.

30 review for Happy Halloween

  1. 5 out of 5

    d

    This is great set I like the main character and all of her quirky friends. The setting for the first one in this series was great

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Sharp

    Value for money? It's hard not to like 6 books for 99c but... I stopped reading after the first four, when I picked it up later I realised why. After the first few books, the characters bogged and while the plots were ok the telling was pedestrian. There was NO tension just dialoque that wasn't truely convincing. At this price you have little investment it may be worth it for the first couple of books. Value for money? It's hard not to like 6 books for 99c but... I stopped reading after the first four, when I picked it up later I realised why. After the first few books, the characters bogged and while the plots were ok the telling was pedestrian. There was NO tension just dialoque that wasn't truely convincing. At this price you have little investment it may be worth it for the first couple of books.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Hedden

    Happy Halloween (The Witches of Enchanted Bay #1-6) was a great box set by Amelia Morgan. It consisted of the books; Witches of Enchanted Bay, Ax To Grind, Killer Twist, A Bewitching Murder, The Nuts and Bolts of Murder and A Riddle of a Murder. Meg and Connor investigate many murders that happen in the small town of Enchanted Bay.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Good start I liked the beginning of the set, but it became monotonous at four. I think that is where the set should have stopped.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Byrnes

    A well below average set of books with mediocre story lines and boring characters. Don’t waste your time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle Unlimited 7 book set, other sets etc, redundant and more and more unbelievable Book 1 -- The Witches Of Enchanted Bay Book 2 -- Ax To Grind Book 3 -- Killer Twist Book 4 -- A Bewitching Murder Book 5 -- A Riddle Of A Murder Book 6 -- The Nuts And Bolts Of Murder then 7 book collection has so can't tell what they added or subtracted from the books listed before or the number designation because claims 7 --Strangling Ambition 8 -- Therapy Can Be Murder so either can't count or some book left Kindle Unlimited 7 book set, other sets etc, redundant and more and more unbelievable Book 1 -- The Witches Of Enchanted Bay Book 2 -- Ax To Grind Book 3 -- Killer Twist Book 4 -- A Bewitching Murder Book 5 -- A Riddle Of A Murder Book 6 -- The Nuts And Bolts Of Murder then 7 book collection has so can't tell what they added or subtracted from the books listed before or the number designation because claims 7 --Strangling Ambition 8 -- Therapy Can Be Murder so either can't count or some book left out

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    Magically a sleuth Surprisingly I really enjoyed this set of stories . I fully expected to not enjoy since they were free. So I was pleasantly surprised! Recommend these for a nice cozy read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Carol Darling

    Good who done it. While trying to keep the fact that she is a witch Meg helps her detective boyfriend solve some murders, and even one out of town, when her best friend turns up dead of an apparent suicide.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    This is a boxed set of the "Enchanted Bay" books. It is best to read these in order and this is a great way to get that done. Meg Walton is a witch that runs a donut shop and solves murders. When Meg's grandmother Penelope was dying, Meg and her mother turned her into a "sassy talking cat with lots of attitude" mostly driven for her own needs. Penelope can no longer cast spells, which is a disadvantage as far as she is concerned. Then there is Connor Smith, Meg's boyfriend and police detective. This is a boxed set of the "Enchanted Bay" books. It is best to read these in order and this is a great way to get that done. Meg Walton is a witch that runs a donut shop and solves murders. When Meg's grandmother Penelope was dying, Meg and her mother turned her into a "sassy talking cat with lots of attitude" mostly driven for her own needs. Penelope can no longer cast spells, which is a disadvantage as far as she is concerned. Then there is Connor Smith, Meg's boyfriend and police detective. He doesn't know that Meg or her mother are witches and the town doesn't know this either. There is 6 different stories in this set which are light hearted cozy mysteries with a sense of humor and some romance. Give them a try and I think you will like them too.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    I read the first book in this series. I liked the idea of a witch running a donut shop, She made donuts, that were healthy, and didn't cause a weight gain. She would do magic every morning to increase her materialism, that would be a pretty good trick. The witches best friend is a suspect in the murder of her boy friend, and so the witch is out to prove her innocence. I thought the idea was a good one, but I thought the questions she asked weren't quite up to snuff. I couldn't quite get into her I read the first book in this series. I liked the idea of a witch running a donut shop, She made donuts, that were healthy, and didn't cause a weight gain. She would do magic every morning to increase her materialism, that would be a pretty good trick. The witches best friend is a suspect in the murder of her boy friend, and so the witch is out to prove her innocence. I thought the idea was a good one, but I thought the questions she asked weren't quite up to snuff. I couldn't quite get into her character. I will read the other books, and hope that things get better. I like cozy mysteries, and I had high hopes for this one.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nanci Pattenden

    Not great but ok The general idea for the series is good, but the writing skills need work and the stories need proper editing. Also, catching a killer without any evidence is not a good way to write a murder mystery. And most of the stories ended the same way - Meg suddenly knows who the killer is, confronts them, they confess and go to kill her when the police come out from hiding. I'm glad at least the 6th one ended differently. Not great but ok The general idea for the series is good, but the writing skills need work and the stories need proper editing. Also, catching a killer without any evidence is not a good way to write a murder mystery. And most of the stories ended the same way - Meg suddenly knows who the killer is, confronts them, they confess and go to kill her when the police come out from hiding. I'm glad at least the 6th one ended differently.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jean Gardham

    Having read this series's of books i was didappointed hoe predictable they were. I'm an avid reader and can on!y assume these are aimed at the young teenage market .sadly only mildly entertaining. The first two were okay But the others were like reading them again with slightly different characters and scenario's. More could have been made of Penelope's character as she had potential Having read this series's of books i was didappointed hoe predictable they were. I'm an avid reader and can on!y assume these are aimed at the young teenage market .sadly only mildly entertaining. The first two were okay But the others were like reading them again with slightly different characters and scenario's. More could have been made of Penelope's character as she had potential

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angela Keeling

    Cookie cutter Unfortunately the books Did not engage me after the first one. They were extremely repetitive. The time of death always the same, the amount of suspects the same, and the ending was the same. Even though they are tied together they needed to have something different in each book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paige Bentch-pruitt

    Waste of time These series of books seem to have been amateurly written using a formula style plot. I couldnt even make it tbrough the first book. Book 2 was no better. Dont waste your valuble time reading fluff.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anne Saffron

    This book set was awesome I really enjoyed this book. All the characters kept me turning to see the next page. I really want to see where you will go with the characters. Thank you so much

  16. 4 out of 5

    Eirlys

    Magical fun I gave this book a four. This would have been a five, but I had already read three of the books. All the books were funny, with great characters and a talking cat. I'm looking forward to reading more in the series. Magical fun I gave this book a four. This would have been a five, but I had already read three of the books. All the books were funny, with great characters and a talking cat. I'm looking forward to reading more in the series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Peggy

    When I get the moment to read a book set like these I can never say who or which one is my favorite because I love them all! I have enjoyed each book! They have their own quirks and reasons of why things happen the way they do! Each book is well written by fabulous authors!

  18. 4 out of 5

    j jollo

    charming reads great for all ages, a good stormy weather cuddly on the couch read, or when you want something light and entertaining.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Great read If you haven't read Amelia Morgan's books you should that are great with great characters and stories lines I can't wait till the next Great read If you haven't read Amelia Morgan's books you should that are great with great characters and stories lines I can't wait till the next

  20. 4 out of 5

    Djlaureth Jezebelle

    Cute cozy mystery I really liked the pairing of Meg and Connor here. Cute couple, quick read, love it to pass time in waiting rooms

  21. 5 out of 5

    Diane S Schlegel

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barry Belofsky

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jerri Prather

  24. 4 out of 5

    James W Lyle

  25. 5 out of 5

    Marina Nelson

  26. 4 out of 5

    Malcolm Evans

  27. 4 out of 5

    John Hartman-Andersen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn B. Young

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eleanor K. Price

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dorlene Bradford

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