WATER WITCH by Deborah LeBlanc

October 7, 2009 Uncategorized 3

Author: Deborah LeBlanc
For Review: Thank you to FSB Associates

  • Mass Market Paperback: 290 pages
  • Publisher: Leisure Books (September 30, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0843960396
  • ISBN-13: 978-0843960396

You can make your heritage a blessing . . . or a curse.

Olm took a shortcut through an ancient ritual and conjured more than he bargained for.

Dunny was born with a sixth finger that held a power to find things . . . to know things.

Now in the dark bayous of Louisiana two small children are missing and only Dunny has the power to find them . . . to save them.

They called her for help

They called her to stop him.

They called her . . . WATER WITCH


When you take at the spooky cover, what comes to your mind? I see something scary down on the bayou. The cover alone sends chills down my spine. The main character of this story is born with a special gift. Dunny is born with an extra finger which gives her the ability to find certain things. She has kept this ability for a secret until her sister, Angelle, needs her help to find two missing children. This was a good read up until the end. The author could have explained things better and finished up some loose ends. Overall a good book for a rainy day, and one I would pass on to others.


A Good Book and Read!

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