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The Trouble With Magic A Bewitching Mystery #1The Trouble with Maggie Cole Season Rotten Season The Trouble with Maggie Cole Critics Consensus The Trouble With Maggie Cole is that it's logical leaps and tonal incongruities make for a dizzying viewing experience albeit one with The Trouble with Girls IMDb Directed by Peter Tewksbury With Elvis Presley Marlyn Mason Nicole Jaffe Sheree North Chautauua manager Walter Hale and his loyal business manager struggle to keep their traveling troupe together in small town America 'The Trouble with Maggie Cole' Season Release Release date 'The Trouble with Maggie Cole' premieres on October with six episodes in total Plot The official synopsis reads When a radio journalist interviews Maggie Cole about local life and the history of Thurlbury she gossips and embellishes stories about TV SERIES•The Trouble With Normal ☑ Vostfr En Vf The Trouble with Normal streaming vf The Trouble with Normal vostfr regarder The Trouble wit Book 1 in a Bewitching Mystery series Maggie O'Neill is going through a bit of a rut She hates her job collections and she hates her boss The Toad and she is tired of her mother ragging on her and comparing her to her perfect little sister While driving to work one day she sidetracks and takes the long way just to prolong her freedom from her icky job She parks her VW and heads down to the shoppes on old River Street As she is strolling along looking in the windows of antiue shoppes and sighing the sky opens up and there is a downpour Feeling like a drowned rat she uickly ducks into a doorway with an awning to try and stay dry She leans back against the door of the shop to avoid as much rain as possible and suddenly the door gives and she finds herself sitting on her butt on a wood floor in a dark shop And that is how she meets Felicity Dow the owner of Enchantments Antiues and Fine GiftsNeedless to say this is a turning point for our heroine Maggie Felicity a practicing Wiccan offers Maggie a job and after being fired for coming into work late Maggie accepts She's not sure what to think of Felicity's proclamation of being a witch but she likes her and decides to trust her instincts On her first day working at the shop Felicity is called away by her sister and Maggie is on her own in the shop Hours pass and Maggie begins to worry When officer Tom Fielding shows up and it sounds like he is the hotness even if he is ice cold with the keys and a warning about Felicity being uestioned in the murder of her sister Maggie must decide if her new friend and boss could be guilty of such a crime and what can she do about it?I thought this was pretty good for a Book 1 in a series It did get a little preachy at times though The Wiccans are good and the non wiccans are closed minded sort of thing Also I thought the denial Maggie was in for most of the book was kind of stupid For example She describes the meeting of her good friend Step as our eyes met and I saw fireworks in my head at least and then she crashed her bike into a tree and they had been friends ever since She has an imaginary friend growing up who is an older British woman who told her lots of stories And yet she is freaked out by a Wiccan and the idea of anything paranormal? Either she is in denial or she is so NOT introspective about herself When Felicity asks her is she believs in ghosts she says she doesn't know Really? You are almost 30 and you don't know if you believe in ghosts or not? Hu OK I'll play along I am hoping that most of what irritated me in this book was just the crap that is your standard mystery set up It irritates me to be conscious of the set up but still I read the book in one day so it couldn't have bothered me too much Oh and I knew who did it about half way through the book Here is hoping the next one can by pass the setting up the characters stuff and be a little focused on plot development I know it doesn't sound like it but I did enjoy the book

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