Murder of a Werewolf by April Fernsby

⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Pros: Halloweentown vibes, wholesome, really fun

Cons: I can't think of anything

TW: there weren't a lot of triggers I could find but I would say look out for minor mentions of toxic relationships, murder and suicide.


Murder of a Werewolf was beyond cute and if you are looking for a wholesome little witch mystery story/series, I highly recommend these.

The story opens up to a young girl named Cassia who is struggling mentally/physically as she is trying to figure out her life. She has a decent job but does she like it? She has a boyfriend, but he is kinda controlling and her cat, Stanley, won't eat and pops into random funerals. Something is off, but she doesn't know what. Her grandmother notices her decline in health and reveals a secret to her: she is a witch! This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Halloweentown vibes. After discovering she comes from a family of witches, her grandma takes her through a door in her basement to the magical land of Brimstone, where mythical creatures of all shapes and sizes live together in harmony. Again, Halloweentown vibes.

Once there though, there is a mystery to be solved: a creature is found dead in the woods and its up to Cassia to figure out what happened!

There is very little violence and no smut at all; I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a palatable, clean and fun little witchy read for the holiday - or anytime really. I thought it was so cute, I loved meeting all of the creatures, exploring the town with Cassia and I look forward to learning more about this witchy world.


Also, please enjoy my GoodReads review and follow me there if you'd like! This review is a great summary of all the things I plan to discuss at length below.



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