A.A. Albright

Author of Cozy Mysteries Featuring Fun and Feisty Witches

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Out Now: Loved Up

Seeing as it’s almost Valentine’s Day, I’ve got a proper Loved Up release for you guys.  The sixth book in the Wayfair Witches series is here!

Book Cover Loved UpHere’s the blurb:

For the Wayfair Witches, the romantic season is beginning. Unfortunately, it’s beginning with a murder.

When Nancy Berry is killed during spring celebrations, the reason seems clear to her coven leader. Will Berry believes that Nancy was killed as a threat, to force him to vote the right way in an upcoming election.

But Wanda thinks there’s a far more fiendish reason for Nancy’s murder. She suspects Nancy was killed by the mysterious assassins known as the Dark Team.

Wanda and the gang are closer than ever to tracking the killers down, but they might be about to experience a slight delay …

Because while the romantic season might have begun with a murder, it hasn’t stopped the Wayfair women feeling amorous. Maybe even a little too amorous …

Could there be a love potion at work?

It’s available to download from all Amazon stores now (and free to those in Kindle Unlimited)

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Out Now: Wrapping Up

Hi All,

Wrapping Up, the fifth book in the Wayfair Witches series, is now available at Amazon.

Cover Book FiveIt’s a Winter Solstice and Christmas story all in one, and I hope you all enjoy it.  Here’s the blurb:

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – or at least it would be, if one of the most popular witches in Riddler’s Cove hadn’t just been murdered.

When Winnie Wywood is found, strangled by festive ribbon and wrapped up like a present, there are two main suspects.

Suspect number one is the father of Wanda’s boyfriend, which might make the holiday period ever so slightly awkward.

Suspect number two is a woman who seems all too keen to admit to the murder.

Wanda hopes to track down the culprit before the Winter Solstice celebrations get underway. But there might be a little more to worry about than who killed Winnie …

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Out Now: Winging It

It’s book release time again 🙂

Winging It, the fourth book in the Wayfair Witches series, has just been unleashed.

Book Cover: Winging ItHere’s the blurb:

A witch, a weredog and a wizard walk into a bar …

When three unlikely friends kill themselves in a popular weredog bar, Wanda Wayfair is convinced that there’s more to the story. With the coven’s work now in the hands of the Minister’s Peacemakers, an investigation would be ill-advised.

But since when do witches listen to advice?

All of the deaths have something in common – every one of the deceased worked in Plimpton’s Brooms. With the Everest Climb – the biggest broom race in the witching world – about to take place, Wanda hopes to find the answers there. Especially since Everest is also the place where an annoying young witch was last seen in public.

Wanda needs to solve the murders, track down Candace Plimpton and return her to her cute-as-a-button kitten …

And while she’s at it, she might finally find out what her broom has to do with it all.

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Out Now: A Trick for a Treat

Cover: Book ThreeThe third book in the Wayfair Witches’ series is here 🙂

It’s Wanda’s first Halloween at home for years, but that doesn’t mean she gets to enjoy the holiday.  A famous werewolf has disappeared, and his girlfriends are getting knocked off one by one.  Murder and mayhem might be all in a day’s work for the Wayfair coven, but this time the stakes are higher than ever.  This time, Wanda’s own friends are under suspicion.

Wanda needs to discover the real culprit, and she needs to do it fast – otherwise the people she cares about could spend their lives behind bars.  Oh, and while she’s at it, she also needs to pass another few of the Minister’s tests.  But who ever said that being a witch was easy?

 

 

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Happy Halloween 🙂

Out Now: Wayfair Witches Books One and Two

I’m so happy to announce the release of Book One and Book Two of the Wayfair Witches’ Cozy Mystery Series.  Book Three will be arriving in time for Halloween 🙂

Book One: Bottling It

Wanda Wayfair is a bit of a late starter.

At almost twenty-one she still hasn’t received her magical powers, and she’s running out of time. But that doesn’t bother Wanda. Much. Not when she can spend all of her time in the human world and pretend that her coven doesn’t exist. But when Wanda takes a job at Berrys’ Bottlers, working with the handsome Will Berry and his unpleasant Aunt Alice, she soon realises that she’s a lot closer to the magical world than she thought.

All over Dublin, humans are murdering witches. When asked why, all they’ll say is, ‘I dunno why I done it.’ But Wanda thinks she does know why they’ve done it – and hopefully she’ll receive her power in time to help her coven discover the truth.

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Book Two: Bricking It

All her life, Wanda thought that things would be better once she received her magical powers. Turns out, not so much.

The Minister for Magical Law is insisting that Wanda go back to school before she can become a working member of the Wayfair coven. Oh, and she’s also insisting that Wanda perform no magic at all until she’s passed all of her tests.

But Wanda’s coven needs her now more than ever. Witches are going missing, and skeletons are turning up in closets and changing rooms all over Ireland. Will Wanda stick to the Minister’s rules, or will she risk it all to help the people she loves?

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