Bay Winchester is having a tough week.
As the local editor of Hemlock Cove's only newspaper, she just happens to be present when a body is found in an area corn maze. To make matters worse, the police believe the murder may have something to do with the occult.
This wouldn't be a problem for a normal reporter, but since Bay is descended from a well-known line of actual witches, the town is understandably on edge.
Between the suspicious townspeople, the befuddled police presence and that random hot biker guy that may or may not have something to do with the murder -- Bay has her hands full.
When you add the typical family problems, multiplying ghosts -- and one monster of a zit that she's sure came from her aunt's curse -- Bay is just struggling to make it through the week.
Of course, when the killer sets his sights on Bay, things could get a whole lot worse.
Note: These books are full of sarcasm and are a little bit snarky -- so read only if you like to laugh and you aren't easily offended. This is the first book in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest mystery series.
©2012 Amanda M. Lee (P)2015 Amanda M. Lee
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1 out of 5 stars
By Forest Resident on 18-06-17

I'm Sorry - couldn't finish it

I listen to a lot of books and rarely send one back - but I'm afraid this one will have to be returned. I can't comment on the story as I was unable to listen beyond 20 minutes. The problem was the narrator who sounded very young, which isn't a bad thing in itself. However, she also gabbled her words so quickly that I found it impossible to continue listening. A Shame. I won't buy anything narrated by Aris again.

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By Claire on 08-01-16

Terrible narration!

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator was terrible, really rushed reading, pauses and emphasis in the wrong places. I had to give up on the story because I couldn't stand her voice. I was enjoying the story but really couldn't tolerate the narrator.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Laura on 20-06-15

Horrible narrator!!! Please get a new one!!!

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator is HORRIBLE. I gave up on it initially. I went back and stuck with it despite the narrator. PLEASE find a better narrator!!!!! Her pronunciation is terrible. She can't do character voices. Her inflection is practically non existant. I could find no saving graces with this narrator.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Lynne Adema on 05-06-15

Be Ware

What disappointed you about Any Witch Way You Can (Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 1)?

The narrator did not read very well. She continuously mispronounced words.

If you’ve listened to books by Amanda M. Lee before, how does this one compare?

This is my first book.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

She did not no how to pronounce certain words.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The story line was interesting.

Any additional comments?

If the book were free, I wouldn't complain but because I had to use a credit, I am unhappy.

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