BOOK REVIEW: Strange Sight (Essex Witch Museum Mystery #2) by Sad Moore


Publication Date:
 November  14, 2017
Publisher: Point Blank
Format: Paperback
Pages:  384     
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The La Fleur restaurant has a slew of unusual phenomena. Bonnet-clad apparitions pass through walls, blood leaks from ceilings and rats besiege the dining room. Experts from the Great Essex Witch Museum are called in to quell these strange sights. But before Rosie Strange and Sam Stone can do their thing events turn darker. For La Fleur’s chef has been strung up and slaughtered like a pig. More oddly, the only witness, the owner’s daughter Mary, swears blind a ghost did it. 

Rosie and Sam must find out what’s happening before Mary takes the fall. But intuitions and tip-offs lead them stumbling into the dark waters of the past, exposing secrets of a wider conspiracy, as well as secrets all Rosie’s own. With strange chills Rosie and Sam learn that seeing isn’t always believing, while thoughts of truth may be just as illusory.


Rosie and Sam are off on a new mission to explore whether or not a ghost is haunting the La Fleur restaurant. Several patrons and restaurant personnel claim to have seen a spirit, but when a body is found strung up in the basement and murdered there seems to be a lot more going on than meets the eye.  

Rosie still isn't sure if she wants to keep or seen the Witch Museum but it seems to keep calling to her and she finds herself coming up with plans to improve the museum.  Her relationship with Sam is growing also as they work together to solve this spiritual mystery. 

Neither one truly believes in ghosts so they believe something else must be going on and as the case progresses they find themselves caught up in something way more twisted and evil than ghosts. 

Excellent series.  I really find these fun reads. 

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