Dolores Stewart Riccio

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Charmed Circle

When you read Circle of Five, you'll find that a few pages from the beginning of the sequel Charmed Circle have been included in the volume. All the same fun characters have returned to pursue a new adventure--with the addition of a teenage girl, Winifred "Freddie" McGarity, who is skilled in psychokinesis--and somewhat out of control!

Meanwhile, all Plymouth is talking about the mysterious disappearance of a local family, and Cass has sensed something foreboding--chilling images of tall Maine trees, deadly secrets, a shallow grave, and a man whose hidden past is marked by shocking violence. Desperate to find the missing family, Cass calls on the circle to help her unmask a cunning and vicious killer.

THE DIVINE CIRCLE OF LADIES ROCKING THE BOAT

The 8th Cass Shipton Adventure
As the Harvest Moon rises over the Atlantic, the fantastic five embark on an adventure that spans two continents--coming to the aid of a disturbed ex-model in Plymouth, Massachuetts, then flying off to Rome, Italy, to rescue a dear friend and paint the town their own brand of reckless red.
The 7th Cass Shipton Adventure
THE DIVINE CIRCLE OF LADIES TIPPING THE SCALES The ladies of the Circle are rushing to the rescue again, crusading for the Goddess of Justice in their own preternatural way—even if that means tipping Her scales a bit.
The 6th Cass Shipton Adventure
All aboard for high seas and misdemeanors! A cruise through the Bermuda Triangle--right in time to celebrate Samhain. How can Cass Shipton and her bewitching circle resist such an enchanting prospect?
The 5th Circle Adventure
The bewitching ladies of the Wiccan Circle of Five have returned for more crime-solving escapades on the historic South Shore of Massachusetts.
The 4th Circle Adventure
The most fascinating women in Plymouth MA are back in action solving a case of multiple poisonings with their unorthodox recipe of magic, clairvoyance, and good old common sense. Kensington Books 2005
Kensington Books, November 2003.
Kensington Books, March 2003.