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Jill is busier than ever. A man who has just been released from prison asks her to clear his name. A bestselling author's new manuscript has been stolen, and she is tasked to find it. As if that wasn't enough, she makes a chilling discovery about Grandma's new business venture. Jill is busier than ever. A man who has just been released from prison asks her to clear his name. A bestselling author's new manuscript has been stolen, and she is tasked to find it. As if that wasn't enough, she makes a chilling discovery about Grandma's new business venture.


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Jill is busier than ever. A man who has just been released from prison asks her to clear his name. A bestselling author's new manuscript has been stolen, and she is tasked to find it. As if that wasn't enough, she makes a chilling discovery about Grandma's new business venture. Jill is busier than ever. A man who has just been released from prison asks her to clear his name. A bestselling author's new manuscript has been stolen, and she is tasked to find it. As if that wasn't enough, she makes a chilling discovery about Grandma's new business venture.

30 review for Witch Is Where Clowns Go To Die

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Cromer

    Another funny but entertaining Witch PI mystery.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James Crawford

    A loser step-father, a stolen manuscript and a village store that sucks are just a few of the things in this book. There's also clowns dying of heart attacks, car trouble and a search for a new accountant. One problematic thing, though, is related to some things that have happened before. Jill confronts her grandmother about what she has been teaching Florence and threatens to ban her from seeing Florence. Her grandmother's response is 'Good luck with that.' This shows yet again the arrogance and A loser step-father, a stolen manuscript and a village store that sucks are just a few of the things in this book. There's also clowns dying of heart attacks, car trouble and a search for a new accountant. One problematic thing, though, is related to some things that have happened before. Jill confronts her grandmother about what she has been teaching Florence and threatens to ban her from seeing Florence. Her grandmother's response is 'Good luck with that.' This shows yet again the arrogance and mightier-than-thou attitude that she has. Her grandmother has continually flouted the law about what sups can and cannot do and has even bragged about that. It's time for her grandmother to be put in her place and to realize that she is not above human or sup law. Still, I doubt that will happen. There's car trouble for Jill and her grandmother's hotel for sups in a non-sup area shows how things can go wrong really quick, especially when involving vampires. There's a new elf in the series. It's also made very clear that her grandmother does not like the fact that Jill married a human. The story, except for her nasty grandmother, is pretty good.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Karam

    I really enjoyed this book. Jill always seems to do a lot of investigation stuff, but in the end; she always seems to solve all the problems, and always gets her man or women. I really had a good laugh towards the end of the book regarding a person name. The comment Jill made just made me laugh so hard, and it was a stressful day, so I really needed that. I am so excited to see that Jill is finally standing up to her Grandma. It's been a long time coming, but Grandma really deserves this. Hope sh I really enjoyed this book. Jill always seems to do a lot of investigation stuff, but in the end; she always seems to solve all the problems, and always gets her man or women. I really had a good laugh towards the end of the book regarding a person name. The comment Jill made just made me laugh so hard, and it was a stressful day, so I really needed that. I am so excited to see that Jill is finally standing up to her Grandma. It's been a long time coming, but Grandma really deserves this. Hope she continues to do this, and especially holder her ground when it comes to her Daughter.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Debra Chiaro

    Wonderful! Fantastic! This book seems to be a bit short. Although Jill goes on to sorting out her cases, life for her and her family and friends seems less complicated than usual. Jill does appear to be mellowing out, not as snarky since having a child. But then the book was fun. This is such a great and wonderful series and I can hardly wait for the next book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    John S Roth

    Another Wonderful Episode! Author Adele Abbott remains true to her characters and continues to weave one terrific story after another in what is the 38th book in this rollicking series! While it is absolutely awesome that each book stands on its own merit, together each book tracks the life and times of PI and super-witch Jill and her extended family!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Smith

    Fun, magic and murder Little Florence is becoming quite the little witch and learning her lessons well. Jill is teaching her daughter all about being a witch in the human world, but what I really like is how Jill goes the extra mile to solve cases. My favorite case this time is when Jill figures out what happened to a man's younger brother who went missing years before. Fun, magic and murder Little Florence is becoming quite the little witch and learning her lessons well. Jill is teaching her daughter all about being a witch in the human world, but what I really like is how Jill goes the extra mile to solve cases. My favorite case this time is when Jill figures out what happened to a man's younger brother who went missing years before.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Katie Murphy

    Dead clowns Jill has several jobs going on, a mysterious missing manuscript from a well loved and very popular author, a young man charged with the murder of his brother, vinyl theft, dying clowns and an all too close to home the issue of Florences' powers. Snarly, sassy and fun! Dead clowns Jill has several jobs going on, a mysterious missing manuscript from a well loved and very popular author, a young man charged with the murder of his brother, vinyl theft, dying clowns and an all too close to home the issue of Florences' powers. Snarly, sassy and fun!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charlene Kaup

    Wonderful read! Fabulous characters that interact with each other beautiful! Wonderful plot twist and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    I find the series very entertaining. Sometimes I can see the solution to the investigation, sometimes not, but I'm always amused by the characters and their antics. An easy read for a relaxing evening. I find the series very entertaining. Sometimes I can see the solution to the investigation, sometimes not, but I'm always amused by the characters and their antics. An easy read for a relaxing evening.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Paul Cecil

    Still enjoying I have found this series to be an enjoyable light reading. I was concerned whether the author could keep it interesting without being too repetitive. But she has. The only complaint I have is how easily the main character solves her cases.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laurn Valentine

    Wonderful She did it again, I enjoyed this book even though it fell short and seemed to have let me down with stopping at 83%. That was disappointing to pay for one thing and to be cheated.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ann Marie Augustino

    This book is not clowning around Three.jobs in one week, winky and Florence running amuk, what's a Mum to do? Jill is running off her feed in this book sadness, murder, love and magic oh my! This book is not clowning around Three.jobs in one week, winky and Florence running amuk, what's a Mum to do? Jill is running off her feed in this book sadness, murder, love and magic oh my!

  13. 5 out of 5

    C B Greaves

    A good set of easy to read books. A good set of easy to read books. I wish Jill had sold the cat after the 1st book though! This is book 38 of, so far, 38 with the next book released Feb 2021 It is far fetched but then it is about a witch!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Witch is Where Clowns Go To Die (A Witch P.I. Mystery Book 38) This was an excellent book and I would recommend it to any one who wants an excellent read. I look forward to reading more of this authors work.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lynnette E Long

    Quite Enjoyable! This book is filled with fun and joy. Another bunch of adventures for Jill. Why are the clowns dying? Where did the book manuscript go? And what is 5 year old Florence up to? Definitely recommend this one!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Delia

    Delightful!

  17. 5 out of 5

    wannachapman

    I love her stories

  18. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Murray

    Winner winner Another winner and the reason I love reading this series of yours the characters and humor and the way you have multiple cases to solve.

  19. 5 out of 5

    PROSPENDOWSKIVOLCANO.NET

    This is a real good series with wonderful characters and a grandmother you will have fun hating. Can not wait for the next book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sarah A

    A Great Read Another brilliant installment for Gill and Co. I've of the best series I've read in a long time. Buy it and you won't be disappointed. A Great Read Another brilliant installment for Gill and Co. I've of the best series I've read in a long time. Buy it and you won't be disappointed.

  21. 4 out of 5

    MISS ANNA J BAYNTON

    Another brill book! Yep, folks it’s another brill book by our friend Ms Abbot, always amusing and utterly brill. P.s. always liked Winky...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    never get tired of Jills adventures, lol

  23. 5 out of 5

    Strega

    Rather generic, potato chip, book. Same old, same old, but add a 6-year-old daughter.

  24. 4 out of 5

    susan e denison

    Brilliant yet again I loved these books and cannot wait for the next book to see what happens next. Great writting, keeps you reading till the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Krista

    Another fun book featuring my favorite witch PI.

  26. 5 out of 5

    MaKai Magie

    This series is my go to when I want something light and funny. It never fails to entertain.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Another great read Florence is growing up and loving her magic! Great investigations in this one. Didn't figure them all out right away. Great read! Another great read Florence is growing up and loving her magic! Great investigations in this one. Didn't figure them all out right away. Great read!

  28. 4 out of 5

    stephanie huntington

    Very entertaining

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bea McGhie

    Another great instalment by Adele Abbot about witch Jill and her life in the human world, while trying to keep her witch powers secret. She still is a PI and she has a few cases on the go, one case involving her favourite, not, subject, clowns. If you want to read a feel good cozy mystery , then this book and the whole series is for you. A fun and quirky read which brings up characters from the past and always introducing more. Family life and combining her business and private life whilst keeping Another great instalment by Adele Abbot about witch Jill and her life in the human world, while trying to keep her witch powers secret. She still is a PI and she has a few cases on the go, one case involving her favourite, not, subject, clowns. If you want to read a feel good cozy mystery , then this book and the whole series is for you. A fun and quirky read which brings up characters from the past and always introducing more. Family life and combining her business and private life whilst keeping being a sub secret is evermore challenging, and Grandma certainly doesn't help the case. Of course, our favourite sneaky cat is still scheming and residing in his, ah sorry, Jill's office.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carol Dass

    Hope this series never ends!

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