What the Cat Dragged In

What the Cat Dragged In Librarian s Note An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found hereMagic mystery and mayhem abound in this new series from Welsh writer Molly Milligan The body that turns up in Bron s garden has been

  • Title: What the Cat Dragged In
  • Author: Molly Milligan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s Note An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found hereMagic, mystery and mayhem abound in this new series from Welsh writer Molly Milligan The body that turns up in Bron s garden has been there for decades, and he died of natural causes Just rebury him and carry on as normal, right But it s kinda hard to be normal when the ghost of the dead man has been dLibrarian s Note An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found hereMagic, mystery and mayhem abound in this new series from Welsh writer Molly Milligan The body that turns up in Bron s garden has been there for decades, and he died of natural causes Just rebury him and carry on as normal, right But it s kinda hard to be normal when the ghost of the dead man has been disturbed, and now he wants well, just what does he want It s down to Bron, a traditional hedge witch, to find out If she doesn t, that ghost is going to be lingering in corners and upsetting kitchen chairs for the rest of her life Creepy, tedious and noisy, all at the same time She s helped by the unexpected arrival of her cousin Maddie from America, who is seeking connection and history in this uncertain age And there s another mystery why is this vivacious, friendly young woman so evasive and afraid Soon they are up to their knees in faery folk don t trust em , druids keen on trees , wild animals Bron s a healer , the obligatory smouldering blacksmith sorry, he prefers men , and the maddest Mad Great Aunt of all.

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    1. A cut above the average cozyWitches and druids and a ghost that won't go to his rest. Wales and things Welsh. An absorbing tale that appeals to the need in all of us to believe that there is magic in the world. Well written with memorable characters. I found the main character's nature-based magical gifts to be quite plausible. A good read.

    2. A warm and cozy paranormal mysteryA fun read about witches in Wales who need to solve the mystery of why one ghost from the 1960s won't cross over. Set in a small and quirky town there are plenty of strange humans residing right next door to druids, shape shifters and of course some fae. The author, Molly Milligan, is very familiar with the country and people of Wales and it shines through.

    3. What the Cat Dragged In: The Celtic Witch Mysteries 1In A Nutshell: The blurb said 'Magic, mystery and mayhem abound' and I found two of out three. That's not bad. Bronwen a blond white witch finds a decomposed corpse in her garden. And as the ghost of the corpse is haunting her, it's best she finds out why he is still here. An interesting read, especially, the Welsh mythology but it is not side-splitting.The Protagonists: Bron is a full figured blonde witch. I am not sure why either is relevant [...]

    4. I needed a break from heavy books and wanted something to simply enjoy and this book ticked all the boxes nicely. Like a nice warm cup of tea it came with a thick slice of Bara brith which had a good amount of fruit and a bit of unexpected but fun spice. This book was a fun read and I am looking forward to the next one already. I enjoyed the pagan twist and it made me smile and laugh along with the characters, yet also nod in sympathy in places. I could often relate to the main character even if [...]

    5. Other than stumbling over pronouncing Welsh words (even though the author kindly explains how to pronounce letters in the beginning of each book, it's difficult to get to a word and try to remember how that "w" or "y" or "ll" is supposed to roll off the tongue) ah, well, the story is lovely, so I just stumble along and do the best I can. Enjoy reading about Bron's adventures, but kind of disappointed that Molly doesn't give more of a physical description to the "heroine" of the story. One is lef [...]

    6. This witchy murder mystery, or not truly a murder, is set in Llanfair, Wales. The story entails use of Welsh mythology, folklore, and local belief systems.Bronwen is a witch who is a natural healer. Her cat brings injured animals, even 'lost' persons to Bron to aid. Bron, by necessity, must live in the old wayselectricity shorts etc. A body decades old is found in Bronwen's garden. Who? Why? What? are questions that present themselves as well as the ghost of the man found. Now, it becomes crucia [...]

    7. ExceptionalThis is not your average cutesy witch cozy. There's nothing wrong with that, mind you; it's just that this is neither average nor cutesy. The author shows good knowledge of the non Christian and traditional communities and weaves it into a mystery surrounding a ghost. I've never been to Wales but I assume her information about Wales is as accurate as her descriptions of the Fair Folk. The hook is well written, and her characters are developing nicely.This is unique and a good read. Bo [...]

    8. A pleasant witchy tale.Brown's cousin from America came to visit this small town in Wales and learn to control her craft. Doing some gardening, Bron came across a skeleton in her back yard. She'd awoken his ghost and the girls were trying to find out why he wouldn't go to peace.

    9. Witches and SpiritsI loved this book about a Welsh witch and her American cousin. Bron enjoys her life living with her aunt Dilys and her cat Harkin who finds injured animals that Bron heals. Maddie her cousin arrives and Bron's life becomes more exciting. It was great to read about a Celtic witch and made an entertaining read.

    10. Delightful BookI was a little hesitant on reading this as so many authors overdo the witch stories, but this was very delightful and enjoyable to read. The story of Bron and her extended family is well written, detailed enough and add just really the right amount of chuckles when needed.

    11. Very good love all the different paths of the chactersVery good read makes you want to start the next, enjoy all the different paths the chacters follow. Fae, druid, hedgewitch, shape shifter.

    12. GoodEntertaining and interesting storyline. Some earth religion/folk lore intertwined with a mystery and some silliness. I liked the main characters and think this may be an interesting series to follow.

    13. Well writtenI enjoyed this book. The characters were interesting but could have been developed a little more thoroughly. The story had plenty of action to maintain interest. Looking forward to Book 2.

    14. Great new authorFirst of these books I have read. Good book,something is always happening. I love the Welsh setting. The description of the Wales countryside is really well done. I have now started her second book, and it's just as good.

    15. IntriguingReally enjoyed this and especially a glimpse into Welsh lore. It is well written and a great occult mystery with vivid characters. A must read.

    16. Great book which led me to read the series. Wonderfully entertaining to curl up with a cup of tea and read.

    17. GoodIt was a little different and I enjoyed the characters. A good read overall. I would read more from this author.

    18. Good Summer reading!This is a good read. The book is a fantasy that does not follow the usual conventions and the book is all the better for this. Ilook forward to the next book!

    19. Good readI enjoyed this book very much. It was different from what I usually read but it was an interesting story. I will look forward to further tales.

    20. CozyThis is a cozy read but not my cup of tea. The characters are okay and it's a good story but I found it just a little too slow.

    21. Amazing a enjoyable read!!can't wait to read book two and three in the series!! Hope the series continues further than that .Loved all the characters

    22. MagicThis was a very interesting story. Was so different from other mystery stories which made it special. Characters were fantastic.

    23. Slow MovingThis is a slow moving story, flat characters and a story that could have so much potential, but seems to be lacking in depth.

    24. Light and entertaining contemporary cozy mystery set in Wales and featuring a healing witch and her lovely cat. Good beginning to what looks like an interesting series.

    25. Story ok Seven chapters could have been deleted or tightened it just took forever to get your point across . Boring ,sorry.

    26. This book was just ok. It was hard to keep interested. A nice little break from heavier reading, but a bit flat.

    27. Great bookI've read a lot of mediocre 'witch' novels and it was a wonderful surprise to find one that embraces the rich tapestry of Celtic folklore rather than the usual 'Disney' perception. This book is a delightful celebration of Celtic Wales.

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