Two, Witches, No Waiting
TWO WITCHES, NO WAITING
Arlene Marcus and her sister
Elzbeth are known far and wide in South Texas as friendly, charitable and a
little eccentric. This is understandable
because it is also known that they are witches.
At least, that’s the story.
Especially the one spread by housekeeper Opal Dunn, just before she
vanished with no trace. Sheriff Jeb
Abercrombie seems a little shy about investigating for some reason, which
bothers Elzbeth, who has a crush on the lawman.
Arlene’s son, Jeremy tries to keep a lid on things by trying to get the
sisters to sell their house. And who
wants desperately to buy the property?
His fiancé Kit’s father. “And
whatever Kit wants she gets,” he informs the sisters. Of course, he didn’t reckon on dealing with
people who read bumps on his head, a ‘recipe book’ full of spells and potions
and getting lost in Elzbeth’s ‘mystery room’.
Jeremy already has his hands full so what happens when he seems to be falling
in love with Bonnie, the new housekeeper.
And just who is she? And why does
she keep making reports to someone over her cell phone? It’s heady brew of twists and turns, where
barn owls spy on people through windows, closets fly open and even the house
itself seems alive. Of course, it’s all
par for the course, especially when you have “Two Witches, No Waiting”.
Published by Dramatic Publishing.