All it takes is one morning for Sydney Photographer Lily Bianchi’s life to go off the rails and over a cliff. A well-dressed English woman turns up at her door, swearing she’s a witch. If that’s not crazy enough, she explains Lily’s brother, James, has been kidnapped and the Paranormal Investigation Bureau needs Lily’s help finding him. And the craziest part? The Englishwoman tells Lily she’s a witch too. Before she can say, “Where’s my coffee?” she’s on a plane bound for Westerham, England. Unfortunately, England’s not as welcoming as she hoped–she’s barely arrived before she gets set up, arrested and almost shot. Things can only get better from here, right? Yeah, right…
Do you believe in witches, I almost did after reading this, what a great fun read for the summer. Enjoyable light reading with fun characters and an easy story to follow and pick up whenever you can.
USA Today bestselling author (November 2017), Dionne Lister is a Sydneysider with a degree in creative writing and two Siamese cats. Daydreaming has always been her passion, so writing was a natural progression from staring out the window in primary school and being an author was a dream she held since childhood.
Unfortunately, writing was only a hobby while Dionne worked as a property valuer in Sydney, until her mid-thirties when she returned to study and completed her creative writing degree. Since then, she has indulged her passion for writing while raising two children with her husband. Her books have attracted praise from Apple Books and have reached #1 on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Apple Books charts worldwide, frequently occupying the top 100 lists in fantasy and mystery.
Dionne previously worked as an editor, has published a YA epic fantasy series called The Circle of Talia, and is currently writing The Rose of Nerine fantasy series and the Paranormal Investigation Bureau cosy mystery series. Shadows of the Realm has been translated into Spanish and Italian and is available at all ebook stores, and Witchnapped in Westerham has been translated into German. You can find Dionne on her
website www.dionnelisterwriter.com and other social media.