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Absence makes the… Cometh the hour, cometh a stranger with a story which Jill doesn’t want to hear. …custard cream taste even better.


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Absence makes the… Cometh the hour, cometh a stranger with a story which Jill doesn’t want to hear. …custard cream taste even better.

30 review for Witch Is Why The Wolf Howled

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    While I enjoy this series for the most part, the stories would be better if the author would focus more on the witch side of her life.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    This is the latest novella in this series I've read, and each on I rated 3-4 stars more 4's then 3. I'm not going to keep reviewing them, you can read the 1st 10 to see what I thought or you can download the first one for free on Amazon I really recommend you do that if you like witch stories or funny British humor. This is the latest novella in this series I've read, and each on I rated 3-4 stars more 4's then 3. I'm not going to keep reviewing them, you can read the 1st 10 to see what I thought or you can download the first one for free on Amazon I really recommend you do that if you like witch stories or funny British humor.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chloe (Always Booked)

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I rated this a 3 not because it’s bad but because it’s just more of the same and by book 18 I’m kind of over it. Jack and Jill’s relationship just keeps getting more snarky and less believable, jill is just as gullible, and the mysteries get solved too conveniently. In this one, she solves the case of broken washing machines and a guy who jumped out of a plane and unexplainably died. She’s still a level 4 witch and people are questioning how she knew about the secret passageway at CASS. Not much I rated this a 3 not because it’s bad but because it’s just more of the same and by book 18 I’m kind of over it. Jack and Jill’s relationship just keeps getting more snarky and less believable, jill is just as gullible, and the mysteries get solved too conveniently. In this one, she solves the case of broken washing machines and a guy who jumped out of a plane and unexplainably died. She’s still a level 4 witch and people are questioning how she knew about the secret passageway at CASS. Not much else going on in this one. I think I’m done with the series for awhile.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Witch Is Why The Wolf Howled (A Witch P.I.Mystery Book 18) This was a very good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting.I look forward to reading more of this author's work. Witch Is Why The Wolf Howled (A Witch P.I.Mystery Book 18) This was a very good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting.I look forward to reading more of this author's work.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marianne K. Benvenuti

    Another good read I don't know how Adele Abbott comes up with the plots in the series, but the mysteries that confront Jill are always fresh and the solutions are always creative. Another good read I don't know how Adele Abbott comes up with the plots in the series, but the mysteries that confront Jill are always fresh and the solutions are always creative.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Diana Blick

    Next to last? I've lately been seeing signs that the next book will be the last one in the series--this was labeled #18 of 19. After reading this one, it seems less likely, though since there are a number of issues still up in the air. There is the new series, also set in the same world, but I have to say that I for one will be missing Jill. She kind of grows on you. UPDATE: As my commenter observes, Ms. Abbott has since added further books to her list of those to be released, so there are apparen Next to last? I've lately been seeing signs that the next book will be the last one in the series--this was labeled #18 of 19. After reading this one, it seems less likely, though since there are a number of issues still up in the air. There is the new series, also set in the same world, but I have to say that I for one will be missing Jill. She kind of grows on you. UPDATE: As my commenter observes, Ms. Abbott has since added further books to her list of those to be released, so there are apparently many more to come. And I couldn't be happier about that!

  7. 4 out of 5

    John S Roth

    Great Book! Adele Abbott's wickedly funny, yet captivating series following the exploits of one Jill Gooder, P.I. Adopted as an infant she spent her first twenty years growing up as an average British woman. Suddenly her entire world is turned upside down when she's contacted by her birth mother who is on her deathbed. Reluctantly agreeing to visit her, she is insulted when her birth mother calls her a witch, then dies immediately after. Insult or not? Great Book! Adele Abbott's wickedly funny, yet captivating series following the exploits of one Jill Gooder, P.I. Adopted as an infant she spent her first twenty years growing up as an average British woman. Suddenly her entire world is turned upside down when she's contacted by her birth mother who is on her deathbed. Reluctantly agreeing to visit her, she is insulted when her birth mother calls her a witch, then dies immediately after. Insult or not?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tere Fredericks

    Very Clever! Jill's been outed! That's all I'm saying. Barry has a new home. Winky is up to something (so what else is new?). Only this time, Socks is involved. To paraphrase Jill (discussing another matter) who breaks the fourth wall to say this, you should have read all the books. I so heartily agree. I simply cannot fathom a full English. Or beans on toast for that matter. There are, of course several cases for Jill to solve. Very clever is our Jill. Daze is also very clever. She takes very go Very Clever! Jill's been outed! That's all I'm saying. Barry has a new home. Winky is up to something (so what else is new?). Only this time, Socks is involved. To paraphrase Jill (discussing another matter) who breaks the fourth wall to say this, you should have read all the books. I so heartily agree. I simply cannot fathom a full English. Or beans on toast for that matter. There are, of course several cases for Jill to solve. Very clever is our Jill. Daze is also very clever. She takes very good care of the body snatchers. What, you thought that was only a movie? Jill and Jack seem very comfortable in their relationship. I really, really hope they make it. Again, a lovely book with creativity flowing throughout. I am absolutely loving it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    And entertaining urban fantasy series An entertaining witchy cozy mystery/urban fantasy series. Great cast of characters with an entertaining storyline. A female private investigator and finds out she’s actually a witch. She must now straddle to worlds. The human world in the supernatural world. She finds out she has family in the supernatural world as well as her adopted family in the human world. Follow along as she solves mysteries and murders and Mayham in both worlds. Very entertaining and i And entertaining urban fantasy series An entertaining witchy cozy mystery/urban fantasy series. Great cast of characters with an entertaining storyline. A female private investigator and finds out she’s actually a witch. She must now straddle to worlds. The human world in the supernatural world. She finds out she has family in the supernatural world as well as her adopted family in the human world. Follow along as she solves mysteries and murders and Mayham in both worlds. Very entertaining and imaginative series. Check it out

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jana Gundy

    Still as good as the first With 18 books in, you'd think there wasn't anything left to tell but it's still as good as the first! I think it works because while the mysteries are good, the rest is left superficial and uncomplicated. Jack is present some but there's never much drama with hom. The twins and grandma are crazy but not too involved, so it all centers around Jill's life with people who happen to be in it. Still as good as the first With 18 books in, you'd think there wasn't anything left to tell but it's still as good as the first! I think it works because while the mysteries are good, the rest is left superficial and uncomplicated. Jack is present some but there's never much drama with hom. The twins and grandma are crazy but not too involved, so it all centers around Jill's life with people who happen to be in it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Smith

    Another fun read Jill is at it again solving mysteries in the human world and in the sup world. I liked this book because the main mystery was a real puzzler and because the mystery of the title didn’t reveal itself until the book was almost over. When it did reveal, it was like a side note, but a good one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    1furrball

    Skydiving good or bad for your health! Jill uses a lot of magic to get her cases solved. From washing machines to skydiving to health gyms. Of course, you can't forget a very special cat, Winky Skydiving good or bad for your health! Jill uses a lot of magic to get her cases solved. From washing machines to skydiving to health gyms. Of course, you can't forget a very special cat, Winky

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ann Marie Augustino

    So cases and a mystery to retrieve oh well Jill is chasing zombies, ghosts and vampires throw in some bad humans and a shark and you have a good mystery and the really question is did Winky's first human just find him? So cases and a mystery to retrieve oh well Jill is chasing zombies, ghosts and vampires throw in some bad humans and a shark and you have a good mystery and the really question is did Winky's first human just find him?

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lucy King

    3,5* It was okay. The cases were fine, nothing special. I missed more of Candlefield and magic, though. And I am intrigued to find out more about the connection between Magna Mondale and Jill, hopefully the next books will bring some more of it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gerri

    I really enjoy this series. It is interesting, lighthearted, and wickedly funny. I especially like the Audible version of this. The narrator, Hannah Platts, is bang on. You can tell which characters are witch. Looking forward to the next in this series on Audible.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Warning! Very Addictive I can’t put this series down. Great humor and fun plot lines. As the series progresses I enjoy the tidbits of including the reader. I feel part of the story. Snigger.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Charlene Kaup

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

  18. 4 out of 5

    charles james

    Another wonderful chapter! #17 and still a joyride of mystery and sleuthing with Jill and the cast. I do wish she'd stop making up unnecessary lies when confronted, but I guess that's part of her charm. Another wonderful chapter! #17 and still a joyride of mystery and sleuthing with Jill and the cast. I do wish she'd stop making up unnecessary lies when confronted, but I guess that's part of her charm.

  19. 4 out of 5

    kathleen m novotny

    Excellent You have to start this series. The never ending fun just keeps coming. Warning you cannot stop ordering the next one!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Strega

    Still fluff - basically a potato chip book. You know how as you get closer to the bottom of the bag, they're just not as good? Yeah. That. Still fluff - basically a potato chip book. You know how as you get closer to the bottom of the bag, they're just not as good? Yeah. That.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tia Garrigues

    Oh gosh Drama. Mall. Skydiving. Faulty appliances. A crazy cat. And Paranormal nut jobs. Ah, the life of Jill is never dull!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katy Flottman

    Great story Loved the book easy read great characters dry witt, magic and mayhem. As always keeps you interested to the end!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lynne H

    Why the wolf howled This left more questions than any other of Adele Abbott s books. I will certainly continue reading this series as the Susan Hall books.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Borja

    Enthralled Gets exciting as it goes.. who is Magna in Jill’s life?? Can’t wait to finish the book set.. now off to the next chapter..

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jade Jones

    How Adele comes up with such clever mysteries I'll never know! Each keeping me guessing until the reveal! How Adele comes up with such clever mysteries I'll never know! Each keeping me guessing until the reveal!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Super cute.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Robert L Halderman

    Great Another entertaining book in th series! Don't run out of titles and stories-EVER. I will read each one you write Great Another entertaining book in th series! Don't run out of titles and stories-EVER. I will read each one you write

  28. 4 out of 5

    Karli Naugle

    Each new installment keeps me entertained and guessing. The characters are amusing and the plots always move along. Great book for a few hours break.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly A.

    Loving this series. Getting better and better as we move on. Jill is growing into her role of witch extraordinaire.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Rockteschel

    Exciting This book kept my interest piqued. It not only was a continuation, it did a good job of keeping my interest to read the next in the series. Love Jill Gooder.

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