Over 450,000 books have been sold by this two-time USA Today Bestselling Author. This is the ninth book in the Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery series. Free with Kindle Unlimited.
It was just a doll, wasn’t it?
It didn’t have powers, did it?
Powers that could kill?
New Orleans is famous for its pralines, beignets, jazz, Bourbon Street, and the French Quarter. But there’s a darker side to the Big Easy, one that involves voodoo and gris-gris.
Nicole was from New Orleans. When she found voodoo dolls in her gym locker, work desk, and on her front porch, she was scared. She knew what they meant. She was right. A few days later, she was murdered. A voodoo doll was next to her body.
Can voodoo dolls kill? Liz, an amateur sleuth, is determined to find out and catch the killer. On a trip to New Orleans to attend a Cajun-Creole cooking school she meets with a gris-gris doctor who specializes in voodoo, hexes, spells, and superstitions.
Join Liz and her dog Winston as they search for the killer.
As always, plenty of mouth-watering recipes!
This book freaked me out!
I guess if you’re from the New Orlean’s area voodoo might not make the hair stand straight up on your arms, but I’m a northwestern girl and this is scary sh*t!
When Liz’s friend mentions receiving dolls with pins sticking out of their bodies, Liz is intrigued. But when her friend turns up dead- strangled the same as the last doll she received- things get serious.
Liz takes a trip to New Orleans and learns about black magic from a gris-gris master. The danger circles closer to home and Liz must pull together all her sleuthing skills to solve the crime before anyone else gets hurt.
An entertaining who-done-it with a surprise ending!
I give Murdered by Superstition 4 lovely kisses